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PRESS AND TR IBUNE 

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VOLUME XIII. 



CHICAGO, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1860. 



NUMBER 289. 



FROiU WASHINGTON. 

[Bpecbl Dispatch, to the Now York Tribune.) 

WisniKorox, May .Hit, 1850, 

Elt. ADAIIS' SPEECH. 

Charles Francis A dams mode his debut in the 
House to-day, and though the attendance was 
thin when he opened, no announcement of his 
purpose havjnc beei made, the benches of both 
Bides were filled in u few minutes, and the gal- 
leries exhibited a correspond log interest. His 
speech was apbilosnplncal, luminous and moat 
attractive review of the s:3very question, or 
rather the problem of Ihe representation wheb 
the "peculiar institution" had secured In the 
pop u /or brioch of Crujgress, tftr- influence it 
commanded in the Cabinet, in the Supreme 
Court and every other department of the Gov- 
ernment He said the ne<n-o would not go out, 
nor could ho bo put out, till this great problem 
was solved. 

tie then traced the existence and necessity of 
the Repnblican party, proving it to be merely 
defensive, and intended to sustain the princi- 
ples of the lathers, and to vindicate those con- 
tained in the Decimation of Independence, 
which be showed were not limited to any color, 
but addressed to the rights of mankind. 

In his opinion there could be no compromise 
till these principles were brought bock and the 
Government reslored to its honored practices. 
Change and reform wereimoeratively required, 
and freedom must be restored to the place from 
which it bad been rudely deposed. 

The corruptions and abuses which bad be- 
come so common should be arrested, or greater 
calamities would follow. He examined the so- 
called remedy of secession suggested by ultras, 
and demonstrated its folly, feebleness, and im- 
practicability. 

Mr. Adams held the undivided attention of 
the House throughout, without nn interruption, 
and extorted general _praise for ihe elevated 
tone and candid spirit in which the subject was 
discussed. Those who, like myself, were famil- 
iar with bis father's style of speaking, were 
struck by the similarity of manner, voice, 
and gesticnlatioD, and particularly with ihe 
nervous energy wbich seemed to be common to 
both. He is evidently a chip of the old block, 
Bnd certainly has made his mark on Ilia House. 
[Special dispatch lo the N. T. Hfrald.] 

WiiaiscTos, May 31, WW. 

DEJECTION OF THE MEXICAN TREAT!. 

The Senate was in Executive session four 
hours to-day on the Mexican treaty. There wns 
an earnest debate involving the entire question. 
Several amendments win- votedon ond rejected, 
including- those of Mr. Simmons, which bad 
been previously aoproved by some of tbc Re- 
publicans who were opposed to the treaty iu its 
original form. The treaty was finally rejected 
by a lanje majority. The result has produced 
much disappointment as well as surprise, as the 
indications during the few weeks past were fa- 
vorable to its ratification. 

Pending the question to reconsider the vole 
by wbich the treaty was r. jected, Senators will 
have an opportunity more closely to consider 
the eftect of their action of to-day. It is sup- 
posed the rejection of the Nicaragua treaty, by 
the votes of nearly all tbe Republican Senators, 
bad not a little influence iu the rejeciiou of tbe 
Mexican ireaty by the voles of the Democrats. 
An ineffectual effort was made to remove tbe 
injunction of eecreny, and hence the exact Btale 
of the question cannot particularly be stated. 

From ihe temperniiniicsted to-dny, tueparty 
may be regarded as dead. 

THE CESTflAL iKBBICAIT TREATIES. 

There was an animated discussion on the 
Central American treaties, and it is probable 
that with Nicaragua will be carried withamend- 
meots, and that with Honduras a3 it stands. 

Auolltcr Forgery, 

The Toledo Mladt well exposes another for- 
gery which has originated in tbe N. Y. Hrrald. 

That journal has said that in a speech in 1S43, 
Mr. Lincoln used the following language : 

"iriib.ontde7.-r cnaclode to cbff whatever thoro In f 
bUctcMJcJMfc F. duall' m ai out me. an. I there™,,., IhYy 

1843, after the nomination of Gen. Cass for tbe 
Presidency In the course of his remarks, Mr. 
Lincoln alluded to the claims of valuable mili- 
tary services then made by the Demacruts for 
Gen. C, and after ironically camnarinu tbe 
same with his own services in the Black Hawk 
war, Mr. Lincoln said : 

"Mr Bpeiker: 1(1 ibould tver conclude to doff wbai- 

OT « our Onuwili'. " ' "."•/ '••!■■ !*■» <t!iTCU ior Ida*!:! 

c/-*'ka<> !■"■ rj-r ,h'ir [>>.,,ut ir,.-, aijil ttieieupon ilvy i-naii 
Ltktm- opisthelrc-r.-ll.' a- f-r K. Fri- Weary, I [iol>l- 
they .ban not mate fun of in*, u. ih-y fact of Gen, Out, by 
atUmpU'v U urtU nw Intep mttltarv hae. 

The words iu italics, so essential to a correct 
understanding of Mr. Lincoln's language, are 
entirely omitted by tbe Herald, and he is made 
lo say just wbat be did not Bay. He is to 
"black-cockade Federalist," though he is to 



Cincinnati and Culcago nail. 

[FToro the Cincinnati Commercial.] 
The Hon. Schuyler Colfax deserves the 
thanks of the country for the vigilance Willi 
which, as one of the Post Office Committee of 
the House, bo bus watched mail irregular- 
ties, and the intelligent vigor with which he bus 
lubored to eirect reforms. A good deal that < 
valuable lias been done, and a considerable 
share oflbe credit belongs to Mr. Colfax. Tbe 
following letter, from this gentleman, carries its 
own explanation: 

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Eds. Commercial : Many complaints having 
been made to the Post Office Committee in re- 
gard to the irregularity of the mail between 
your city and Chicago; and having noticed 
your editorial allusion to it, ou the'26'.U inat., 
I called this morning on Mr. Clements, cliiet 
clerk of the Post Oltice Department, who bns 
the correction of mail matters under his espe- 
cial charge, and told him there could be no eje 
cuse for it,os the various railroads forming the 
through route almost always wait for delayed 
trains on their connecting rouds. He promised 
to hove the matter Investigated at once, and 
has this day instructed L. S. Everett, Esq ., of 
Chicago, Special Agent of the Department, to 
go over tbe route in person, ascertain the cause 
of these failures and apply the remedy ; or re- 
port to the Department what steps may be 
nec?ssary to secure regularity in tbe mails 
thereon. 

_ He also stated that if you hftd'any informa- 
tion or opinion as to the c'auso of these frequent 
faitures.ho would be glad if you would address 
a note to Mr. Everett, in care* of the Postmaster 
at Cincinnati, who would baud it to him when 
he reaches your city. 

Respectfully Yours, 

SCECtLER COALFAX. 

It is very extraordinar?, — tin innovation upon 
established, usase,— a palpablo violation of tha 
precedents of the Circumlocution Office,— an 
interference with the regular prncess of How 
Not To Do It,- to have on official inquiry 
promptly ma'le in this manner. We publish a 
pracrapb scolding about tbo detention of tb* 
mails between this city acd Chicago; and the 
first thing we know, a member of Cooeress bns 
brought (he matter before ilio Post Office De- 
partment, and a special agent has been sent out 
to reform tbe irregularities. Whv, tfiis is un- 
heard ofl It looks as if Government meant 
business. As In our information, we li ave al- 
ready publishe-d the facts in our possession, tbe 
material one being, Chicago mail one and two 
days behind time---passengers coming through 
in fourteen hours- mail bags requiting twenty 
four and forty eight hours. 



Tlie Way it Taken. 

The whole country has hern alive since tbe 
Chicago Convention, and ratification meetings 
have been held in almost every township in the 
State. In this vicinily we have good reports 
from tbe friends of Lincoln and llamlin. At 
Tuscola and Mattoon torch light processions, 
and tbe most enthusiastic speeches cheered by 
assembled hundreda evinced the greatjey of tte 
Re-publicans. Egypt too, islooming up in aman- 
n-r that, will surprise many. Oo Saturday last, 
Prairie City, in Cumber! ind county, was alive 
with " rail splitters," and such u season of re- 
freshing bus never before been experienced in 
that locality. Home and visitant orators anima- 
ted the zeal of Beveral hundred assembled volers 
of that county, and those who live in tbe countv 
and know, give the glorious assurance that 
November will show Cumberland redeemed; 
that she is bouod to go for Hosest Old Abe. — 
On Monday evemogu good time wns had at 
Ashmore Station. The meeting was augmented 
by a Chorleston delegation, attended" bv the 
Charleston Brass Band. Speeches were deliv- 
ered by Mr. D. M. Turney, of Mattoon, Mr. Shy 
of Edgar county, Messrs. Marshall and Brom- 
well ft Charleston, and others.— C'/urltstoa (/it.) 
Courier. 



A New Branch oi Iltmluesa. 

Three men have started for Pike's Peak with 
a party of fifteen girls, to supply b in part fbe 
destitution of wives existing in that quarter. 

This announcement is yery suggestive. In 
the first place, it illustrates finch- thia-principle 
commerce, of uli kinds, results from tbe efforts 
of one part of the world, to supply tbe wants of 
another. In the next place, it indicates that 
men have learned that gold alone don't pay. 
Again, it satislies us better lhao a 800 page nov- 
el.tbat women will alwuys be found ready to do 
anj thing which will enable her to discbarge her 
duties in hie. Fifteen girls undertake a loiig 
journeywith but three men to engineer them 
through, and ail, to become the wives of the 
diggers- but the idea cannot be amplified or em- 
betliBhed; we leave it to notice the crowning 
suggestions, namely; the most unsellish bener- 
olencc- of the Ibrec'mpn. who f.-i^ <h<> oot-^.f-r" 
fering fellows, undertake to train port each live 
girls. 0, the labor andvexatian, the confusion 
of band boxes, traveling baskets, tans, gloves, 
magazines, bonnets, orangen, and — but we 
pause. This ia truly a "tabor ■■ love," and if 
we mistake not there will be o*. us ready to 
rush into tbe held, excited bysu. t daring pre- 
cedents. But all goods and war- ore sulject 
to loss by transportation, and wt knovs that 
tbe fifteen girlB will holdout coun*., when deliv- 
eied There may be but twelve at ast.— San- 
dwsky li«j. " 

THE_CITY. 

Gardeners" Meeting.— The Chicng t Garden- 



Our Population. 

Notwithstanding the Pike's Peak emigration 
and all tbe depressing causes which have been 
bo actively at work throughout the West, for 
the past two or three tears, tbe growth of Chi- 
cago has kept on " tho even tenor of its wny," 
and the figures of the canvass for the new City 
Directory, just closing under the superinten- 
dence of T. M. Halpin, point with irresistible 
conviction, to facts which fully equal, if they do 
not surpass, our hopeful anticipations. 

At the date of the last canvass, there were 
2,800 vacant houses in this city. To-day, des- 
pite an uoprecedentedly active building season 
last year, scarcely interrupted by the moderate 
winter, and despite tbe thick outcropping of 
suburban residences, made easily accessible by 
our Horse Railway system, notwithstanding 
these facts, there are today only 900 Tacant 
houses in the city of Chicago. 

Our calculation, based upon tbo vote at the 
spring municipal election, is also fully sustained 
Id tbe result of this canvass. Tbe usual Direc- 
tory estimate iu the city of New York is based 
upon an averoge of eevn. persona to each name 
iu the Directory; in Boston six; while in Chi- 
cago only four persons to a name are counted, 
Tbo new Directory will contain a trifle under 
38,000 names, which upon this by no means fa- 
vorable estimate, would give us a population of 
upwards of one hundred and fij %y thousand- souls. 
The census of course will give us accurate in- 
formation in a few months, but we have full 
confidence that these figures wtlLbe sustained. 

Sad Occurrence— A Girl Killed by Light- 
sing, — During tbe severe thunder shower jus' 
after noon on Saturday, there was, about two 
o'clock P. M., one clap of thunder many of our 
readers will remember from its prolonged sharp- 
ness and violence. This bolt struck near 
Bridgeport, or at tho intersection of Halsted 
sireet with the Archer road, killing instantly 
the daughter of u GermaD resident. The gift* 
Cbiistine Grish, fourteen years of age, went out 
duriog the shower to drive home their flock of 
geese, nud while so doiDg, about twenty rod3 
distant from the house, tbe tremendous bolt 
came, prostrating and killing her instantly. A 
woman standing in the door of a cottage some 
yards distant, was also knocked down and 
stunned, but has recovered. 

The unfortunate girl was first struck on tbe 
back of the bead, a dark lino the length of her 
person indicating the passage of tbe electric 
Huid. Her clothing was set on fire, and extin- 
guished by the rain, but not until the body was 
much scorched. A portion of the metallic hoop 
she wore was melted. 

From the body of tbe victim tbo electricity 
passed into the earth, in its passage making a 
hole some three feet deep, into which our in- 
formant thrust his arm nearly its entire length. 
We do not learn that there was nny tree or 
other tall object, by wbich the lightning was 
attracted. 



Female Industrial School.— The ladies of the 
Catholic denomination in our city have always 
b;en celebrated for tbe spirit, zeal, and skillful 
management which has made their notuufie- 
quent occasions of Fairs and Festivals for 
charitable objects most notably successful. Tho 
forthcoming Ladies' Fair of the Female Indus- 
trial School at Metropolitan Hall, on to-day, 
Monday, 4th inst,, t'o ho continued throughout 
four days, promises to be no exception to the 
rule. It is to comprise a richly stocked Bazaar, 
a superb Floral exhibition, and a choice gallerv 
of Oil Paintings. During the evenings, concerts 
—vocal and instrumental— will be interspersed, 
with Tableaux. Neither of these features will 
be allowed to fail, or fall below tbe standard of 
high excellence. It will be a novel and beauti- 
ful series of attractions, in aid of a very worthy 
and noble object. The sisters of the Holy Cross 

conduct the affair, their skill and sunervi B inn 
01 many ui wtr vren «uunu cuiieDo. 

Playing with a Locomotive.— At Aurora, a 
day or two since, two engines ready fired up 
were waiting to be attached to a freight train of 
the ft, B. & Q. R. U. Tho engineer on the fore- 
most machine left her for a minute, when a 
chap, employed about the depot, thought tbe 
opportunity a good one for a brief excursion. 
He had had no experience whatever with an 
engine, but knew, enough to pull tho starling 
lover, und off went the machine, up the Irack. 
A minute later and the whistle of an approach- 
ing train was beard. Tbe green-born lost bis 
~_..„.,., n a ,.F mind and forgot, if he ever knew, 



Arrest of a Sl'spiciods Cattle Dealer — 
Owners Wanted. — Frank Bowers is tbe name 
of a man about thirty -five years of age, for tno 
years past a resident in the town of West Chi- 
cago beyond City Limits, whero ho has a fami- 
ly. For some time past cattle have been missed 
in that vicinity, and it has been more thau sus- 
pected tlut Bowers has been in the cattle trade 
on the sly. 

This suspicion has been on the increase, and 
on Thursday ihe matter was taken iu hand ly 
officers William Douglas and Walker, wl O 
went into Bowers' neighborhood and began ex- 
plorations. On the best authority, gained thiy 
could only find that he owned four or five bead- 
They watched bis premises, however, and on 
Saturday evuniug they found him driving twen- 
ty-four bead of cattle, mostly cowa, into a yard 
near bis house. 

The officers asked him if they were his— he 
said they were, and that he would be glad to 
sell some of them. Ho was then taken 
into custody, and tbe atiimals are in charge of 
the City Marshal. It has been Bowers' pTacj 
nee, i' !■•■ believed, to pic'i up bttwi Stem, tbe 
prairie miu make slight alterations in their ap- 
pearance by cutting off tails, clipping eara, ic, 
und then keeping theni until opportunities could 
be found to sell them to city butchers. 

One of the cows taken on Saturday night, 
from Bowers, has been already identified, and 
the owners of tbe rest may recover their prop- 
erty by proving the same on application at the 
City Marshal's office. Not long since Bowers 
stole a cow from a widow woman in the vicinity 
of his home, and had tho audacity lo attempt to 
retain possession in spite of her identification 
of her property. 



The Lizzie Esgles Conspirators set at 
Work.— The circumstances of the I/izie Engles 
conspiracy case are already familiar to our 
readers. The defendants, John B. Smith and 
Charles H. Schwab, who were convicted of the 
attempt to reduce the younggirl to prostitution- 
have, since their sentence, been spending their 
time in .Bridewell, and their money in liberal 
outlays, in tho hope of securing a reversal of 
their sentence of six months labor on Bridew?)l 
Stone heaps. All is lost, wo are happy to say, 
and by the recent decision of tbe Supreme Court 
their sentence is confirmed. They are to com- 
mence their six months study of Bridewell min- 
eralogy to day, as all the time thus far passed 
iu duress does not "count." So the interven- 
tion of the lawyers has not helped them much, 
but as it has doubtless helped the lawyers it, is 
just as well so. The case is an instructive one. 
These prisoners had openly and frequently 
boasted that they had money enough to buy up 
all the Courts in the State, It seems otherwise. 



Personal. — Among the guests at tho Briggs 
House, we notice Gov. Reeder and lady, Peun.; 
Hon. B. W. Bartholomew, Vermont; Hon. Da- 
rius Gaff, MaBs.; A. J. Jamison, Esq., Miss.; J. 
D. Crockett, Esq., Miss.; Hon. J. S. Thompson 
III. 



Judgement Reversed in the Stow Case — 
The Supreme Court have just reversed tho sen- 
tence in the case of tbe People tie. W. U. Stow, 
and remanded the same for trial in the Re- 
corders Court. It will be remembered that de- 
fendant was sentenced to pay a fine of $1,000 
for alleged fraudulent sole of real estate. 

A Haroor Hint.— Eds. Press and Tribune :— 
Will you allow me to call the attention of those 
who havethe care of our Harbor, to tbe danger 
of injury thereto by the dumping or earth into 
tbc lake, in proximity to the channel. I have 
recently observed many scows discharging their 
loads in places where the material will be very 
likely to find its way into the channel, which 
has no water to spare. It is worthy of inquiry 
Whether any such deposits ought to be allowed 

regular meeting of this Club will be held this 
(Monday) evening, in the North Committee 
Room of the Wigwam. All interested in the 
success of the nominees (Lincoln and Ilumlin,) 
arc cordially invited to bo present. A new 
Executive Committee is to be elected, and sev- 
eral interesting addresses may be expected. 
Peter Page, President. 
Chicago, June -lib, 1SG0, 

Can We notHavka Monster Concert! 1 —- Tbe 
Prts's and Tribune makes an excellent musical 
suggestion this morning, wbich we heartily 
second. It is that tbe various bands and musi- 
cal societies and amateurs combine into one 



CAMPAIGN 

PRESS AND TRIBUNE, 
Great Fre sida'utial Campaign ! 

Ropublicaus, you have now selected your 
taotiidftt€3 for tbe Campaign of 1SG0. Aniu- 
n,\u Lincoln of Illinois leads the (olumn of 
the Friends of Freedom. During the six 
months that are before ud tbo Prsseaxd Tut- 
bone will labor incessantly for his election. 
From our stand-point, in his own State, wa 
shall bo able to present facts and incidents 
whieh,;it ia believed, -will be of essential ser- 
vice in the gTeat contest all over the United 
States. We beg leave, therefore, to suggest 
to I ho Delegates and all the Republicans now 
in tbe city, that they order copies fta their re- 
sj^L'iivi tovrny Mud d^tnoU>?fcrfAji? 

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give ft full and crmpleto current history of the 
Presidential canvass, including reports of 
speeches, debates and mass meetings. It lyill 
also contain tae general news of the day, tele- 
graphic dispatches, copbu3 correspondence, 
market reports, igrici.il tural ane other useful 
matter. Nothing will be oruitt<d to render it 
a welcome sheet, and an e&leioit ehampion of 
tho Republican cause. 

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Culled Stateo Asricnltnral Society, 

Aad 'at tae Slate Fairs of 

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VERMONT, MISSOURI, 

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NEW YORK, INDIANA, 

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PENNSYLVANIA, MICHIGAN, 

VIRGINIA, WISCONSIN, 

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American Institute, New York, \ 
Macnauic's Association, Boston, 
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Mechanic's Institute, Bait inure, 
Mechanic's Associution, (.'iscinnoti. 
Mechanic's Institute, Chicago, 
Kentucky Institute, louisville 
Mechanical Association", St. Louis, 

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pOIi SALE.— Tee following first- 
Printing Stresses ! 

I Ru'glsa Bill fiend nud Caid-Rotary. 

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1 DonMc Medium LUiid I'tosa. 

1 Adams' Powt r Press— size of plalan, IBi!61n. 

ALZ MJV T/P.TOP online. 

Will sell for half ccah aitrl Inlf els months, or will tats 
fnei^ia-ge^d ■ ' i Li i ■ ■ inc.llujn A'lai,.'' !'■ iv, r Pr.'.-s. 

Adjreis \\b\. U.r.ftNi.', Pre* & Tribune. 

J ei-lw 51 Ularit ttriet. 

A P. A.- Members of this O.der 
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coroerof [Clni.'f.r,d I, i-:il.e Hlr^it-. ori twni ,v at3 t* M,, 
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AT AUCTION. 

On MONDAY, JDNE 1lli, at 9H o'clock, we shall sell all 
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itie Kitchen Furulturii, Lutlery, Fork?, Spijoas, Laundry 

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Jot-colBit WM. A . bU'ITEKSA CO., Anct'n. 



&&ante&. 



WANTED — A Plumber at l:j^ 
SohUi Clark street. 

LIVINGSTON S: BASSSTT. 



TV ANTED— A person to take z 

m«.T, ^1%':: \' l X*. V™*™*?™*- Said h.use I 



\Y ANTED— A Rare Chance.— 

" v TO Cittlbum S/l QCre3 cf lm,d In MIchlR.vn f^.r 
Horse. A|.pi r io No. 5a N.-thClarliBtrect. 
airJScjj? lm 



'LL, i:J2 Li!'- 



i-teiy 1 



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ANTED— To purchase for cash, 

a H>T In (he Wett Dld=lou, Suuth of Knn- 

p. ,'!-.. ■:.,!■] K, ■, ,.f r .!.,, rjf(:i ., ,,..,,,. l]Vl . ,. 

i "I -e J feet, Curocr prcftii-cd. Adilrcw n>st utrce hoi 
' »» my Uc i- '-3 w 



Yy ANTED— By a gentleman and 

Wife. furoUhcil roon gnnd ho.ird in tip:nati! family 
wh-rri'tjo ■■llicrl.uaideraareuiteu. j.uctiljn i.l-.-ini aim 
central. Br.t rcfetwi-iw gym. Ai!.ln,.|, i 2:(3»i i i 1- 
CagopjatoBlc^. ' je..i-'-SI 



XfANTJED-Peisons out cf Km- 



1 paying w 



YYANTED — A practical book- 

v V te pcrwho Is encaj;od Curing the fo-pnoon wl'li 
kfeplnc t""pR^ hv* djiib'c eLtry u--ints 1.. he .'omlovnl Mr 
the other half of ihe ai>'. Good t ly r^f itnceiwin be 

K'v_- - ' ■ r-. - ir, .Jr.,-. F ■■■■ ,:: . i'.r- Lnnr,-hE=!'EK 
hos lOey, ■■hlcano po^tomce. J?lxt 



13AMPHLKT & BOOK PRINT- 

l INO TVc have the heat fttOl-ltlei of qdv cocccrn 
West of New York lurturnhw "'i' iv.i-tt.f Uif above ciafs. 
Call and get on- >.-a ini:iii'- tic fore .>r.l. ri f . L''t-rs fi-nije-t 
li-C csllnuUiwil rtc.ive pr,,mi tBtteuli'.ri. lUn-.-r i, 

Wil.H.BAKH. ITt^^J Tr-'.u-je effl. e, ' 

■-■■'*■■ 51 CuikK Wt. 



OFFICE OF ILL AND MISSIS- 
hlPPl TfiLEQRAl'd CO. ■ 

OsrATTA, Illinois, May SOLh. 
TlieBoariof Directors have thi* day deelired a dividend 
or two pei cent, payable on nnd Bft at tee first ilav ol June 
nfir. TUOS. BASSfiBTT, 
■ 4»bfXfttw ■ ar croi»ry. 



CARDS, HANDBILLS, CiRCU- 
L4RS,et-.- ■ 



STRAVEDOR STOLEN from the 
Btibfcrlier, Uiree Oolt*. vh : Oed three ve-ar old light 
lay M..rv. will* Ma k Iff. in iue anj mil, un,l at">ut *ii- 
i een hnnia lilgb U ir Ui. m.re, t =o r«i; r.|J lost fall. i,ot 
mi tall I. ■! inirv -', :^\ A • utv Lirlt'Ururril, tw,. u .,:j 
>j:d, telil nf. r :■ r • ,i. it. ! - 'liv. Trey all have i"r,tiy 
pii.it Silni liei-isi li-e'. ■.. ,iut i.o-n I,- aid from ei.ee 
1L._> first if M_iy A. \ . ■..■ ;..-' j-u r 1( .; i-..-iu, or Hiving i.Ior- 

warded. LEWIS SHEl;\"ll." 

_ L ■■•■■ : . Kf ad-i 'i i ■■ . ]!!.. Muv --'. k 1 • 



B 



OARD AT EVANSTON.- 



idat'ona in a' -private family, wllh 
larie. a'ry aoa v.tv ilejiinO u r oim, fun, labia or, nn(\ir- 
nl-h.l, t'jiough tbe euuimer tuoniLd <>r the year, TernM 
raeui rUe. Apply at Ko, 33 Soath Water St. 



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ANTED.— A first class fashion- 

at and fit perfectly. 



SANDUSKY CEMENT AND 
Wateu Ltue — The nntlersi^ned Is vuDStaolly recilv- 
lus this i- 1 pi-rlorC L 'mfiit v. i,ir:ni(, ..! fr- si., ami rff^ri It for 
BjlKiittSLitmely lowptlcea. THOMAS HrtLK, 

Jeillw Ko. 2 North Well. SI. 



FOR SALE— A desirable lociiion 
for > residence wlililo the corporate llr. ■' 



... -..d ani— three hoiirs ride from Ul ; «m _m 

theMichletnSmif em and N,.,ih-r D Lii.j t:^l.r...i.'' 

c .nvfiLii-i tin n.e D..T"t. (JeauCrutly [gcx ed for n town u 
rum) rc-ldeiice, '_->nt uLiiin^ kl.out e-li aerea A tine lot o 
frnlllree-, In n nice liruwitiK (...ndlton Also some fin 
fuieittrtre- nr. nnd the Imt'dtLg ai>ot. t'nr paiticu'ar-tii'l 
dr& o hoi230£orh 1 and, iu. boa. JoUSt 



1 AK LAKE STREET. I^PC 
BILL HEADS, 



AT'LOff K ATE8, 

Duulop, Sewell & Spalding, 

JOB PRINTER?, 
145 Lake itieeU 14o 



WANTED— To exchange a good 
J ivery Btoofe. conshlluK of SotseS, Uflxite'ca, 

fcli- 1 .hi. Huffti'-s unil II irM..-.,, :> I in pooil order, lor GU 
lir.prt v,„l f.rrn within W or Ki mil^ of < 'hlenao, or Chl- 
ca-r-,i uv Propeiv. m ulte .if \\"\t. stMUNSuN, L«': ■ 
Shore lli-iise, '■■■ttatie Urove aveaue. Addr-ja Loi B69 
Chicago post ofllcp. my'ji4i2w 



\\7"ANTED — To exchange the 

' s * stock of gouda in store -:oi l.ike otrect, consisting 

farcl.il. . i:,.- c....Ja ii <-.rr rt-i for ^aiu or traao ,or'i,amo*r iji 
small orl.i«uquauutks or will Le i^cLaii^^d for good city 
proptrly. 

For further particulars inquire ut ihe r.iore No. I 1, bake 
a'reet. J mylBaOt 



WANTED.— An Experienced Dry 
Oooda Salesman and Ac-ooriiant wuala a rltoetlf n 
In either cap iclty. <-t hn'h ln-ln-ivv (liaHiiK -i rvid as io-h 
titra.jr'i.imii in i wi,..., ,i| c H> iw, or n* lleoli-leeeper and 
Cashier If In tt,>: H.stall Urv Q;,-U'.t ■"!,(■: uiertiqilh: iii-l- 
cesi, where Inteiritv and tend caiml.ilit'i-* are a better 
rie.jTi'u.'r.. il ..|j Uiau (."jU nn,t jlJ Jewelry. Address 1'. 
O. Eoi236 l. my.Blwi 



WANTED— To purchase a Sceck 
of GoodF— The advertiser, dedroua of eolng Into 
business, wlabietohuy a &t>.et of Boot* and Shoes, Dry 
UOO-Uut Har.iw.irc, Lirn..ur,liii!i iu ihonr *ie."J<> or r*i?r>,"Oj 
a.illabh- lor countri' trade, f.r which lm will pay Kiini 
ui^h. iirjiiivnlLninii,-,,! In-lil^ <_'!.:■ ac l-ltv I'r.pertv, 
naJ the b-ilarca In ^^d f irin<i<e liui'i. Fur larlher par- 
ll.-..iifib.) U ir-. t-.-r .-ii- -:..-;L C J I ■ ' .'^ "rtii 1 . n. . i- 



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ANTED FOR THE 

U1VITEO STATES An»IV. LJ 

nted for service on onr Frontiers, youae, able- jll 
d men, of gooil rharacier, to whom will bo t"vtu 

Kiy. board. cJothlni.' and in.'. ileal attendance. Also, 
ns fur trie third lafantry Band. Pay running from 

911 lo £22 per mouth, 

iCCOaOtSO TO KEBiT 



BINDER WANTED- A fim-class 
Gcoeral ■Workman to lake charge of a Blodery In 
L.V,la- K-ifiu'i, lnwa. apply t.j IV. U\Nf.|{. fa-emen' 
Of 95 (?[irk»tr.N't n r ' ■ On.- •ab-crli.rr. at r. Jar naiddH. 
Jowa. ,f. O. iiAVENPflitr. inyl7c37»-lQi 



Uto i^ent. 



HPO RENT.— Dwollios Hous-) No. 

' lbo tVe«t Mon'oe itre-.i. contalntnp e)-vea -'lOms, 
with eara. n in teji. Apply to N. (J. PE KIN-'. 47 1 a- 

fl l|le atrett. j<. ;. itud - J t 



TO RENT— A Two Story Frame 
dwelling lio.ises1nnt-.lNo. Bflfl WjIm-U u.onoc. ncir 
Twellll. street. Keut,,.l pet . t ... m . ^.,. .- 1 „ M ^At- 



^O KENT- A DOCK 105 ib. r,. 

. Idscii Ellswdfih ftreef, ond taon'n( throne h to ih- 



Lak,eaud 1 naal'e 



jon'n( Ibi 

Htrrin-uand P- lit streets, to 
Apply tol. D.O """■ 



COi. 



,31c43illm 



TNSUBANCE. 

Fire, Marine and Wfe. 

SPBINQrlELIJ F. & M. DSl. CO., 

OP SPItmaFLELD. MASS. 

cpmi^w ^^'■™»•• n , f•" , ' I ' 

MASSASOIT FIRE IBS. CO., 

OF SPRUaQFIELD, 1IABS. 

o«p!ui.iuB»n;»> •' swmj» 

HOPE FIRE INS. CO., 

OF NEW YORK. 
CplM nod Surplus .' «U.!W.« 

EAB0VER FIRE ESS. CO., 



TJOSEHILL CKMETKRY. . 

XV A SPECIAL. TRilN WILL LEAVE THE 
"jefcMB-ft *J. V =■-■ \Ns-V. Prcldent. 



LOST.— A Note, of which tii* «-,,i. 
lowmgUfeoprt „„„„ e.ratr, Itu,. 

F.veyr.r. snerdr.tr woJelnM. ...l ,t ^tjl'r otomtss to 
,.,,!! ,|.l P0...0. or or.l.r, .^ti Tlfut-.o. I Itollsr*. vnluo 
?£*.!.« I with ntetcst m t.vo per wtsrau ptt.ot.um, pay- 

,0," ,Vl" Jed" ., of No.etit,- Of «JO" •»< I'"" ""' 

until sittutUt A. P. eiATJfi. 

The public liberebvcautloiodagaltiat purcbisloe above 
nolo, n* ti-'yreeal Is topped. , ,,,„_.ih , n nnv n*r- 

lUWiiai-'iin Holla.- r ff!1,J , v ? 1 ' , P Ali»H.I IMG 
B nn wh . will deliver a.d note lo Qa-O. 1. At! B1J \JMM 
Brita stie^tj t. - 

POSTERS in one or many colors 
? t pkes, .vnd ™**3l t W£g$te... 



TO RENT.— On Michigan avtnuc, 
oearOld Blreet.iih.iQ9e cont.lolni; el*it roims, with 
"la-nd .tutor, nl-e nUti.e n.. fieconioi'.i'rr.' twi hon^s ami 

X. ai»7 Erie elrod.tt rent low. aw o' 

TO RENT.— A Wharting Lot on 
South Branch, 107 f«l ( front ^J^J^^J 1 ^^ 
ri . V '^ F 'i^l«lothilUwiiarf l ..l •h">.-et.ll-crlptloB,ftnals 



flmusemmtB. 



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oVICKETI'S THEATRE. 

MacUson rrtrvet, between SUlo and Dearborn. 
MONDAY EVfiNINO, June V.h, 

Farewell Beneath Miss Woodbury. 

TWO BXOEBLKNT PIECES, 

Wllh (he full >trength of tbe company. 
Tbo beautiful domestic drama < f 

Lucille; or, Tbe Story of the Heart. 

Miss iVoodbmy as Luclllo, 

ARklsled fcy Uftun. Tlltoo, Mytrs. Bradley, MoVkktr, 

After which, 1 u- great duel iwu'e from lbo" drama of 

CORSICAN .itoilKlo. 

nSa Si^nau , TwIaBropwrs Mlw Woodbury. 

Obttiem Kcoma,..'. Mr. My«is. 



Toct 



lib t.e 



■ i-.-te 



v of 



III SH AM. IO OIlDEIt, 

JoMpblne Miss Woodbury 

OnAiioao»Tii!E.-Doorri opou at 7M ; Ourtaln rliea at 

aj nn. ■-. pipclsely. 
CP~Uoi OfflCC npeo from 10 o"clock a. m. tilt o'clooli 
J three days luadvai.-*. 



M lss i .TIHsINOHAST'S Seoond 

A.TA i;L,a-Jbir.Ai.rJi.'iA>- loisceut, 

Jl« ST. PAUL'S 4 (IE ICMI, 

Corner of Wabnah nv. and Van Buren at.. 



3 Oonceito for the ' 

glu. 3-Rondr 
4—Uear SwceLbflri 



d Mr. Bird. 
oMneltoso. 3- Ada- 
..... ....Ili.jfc. 



D— Symphony N". 10. I-AI or,, Vivace, i— Anrlamo 

rilmaltn. Flcftlo, AJJegro Moinit. 

<!.— Ghir 11 In Eieslsls.... ■ Mercadaulo, 

Sltfl. I'hiima-, ftlra. Ma tluu ami Mr. De r'fta..lri. 

7— Andante con cin.le, firm, Mm, Ko. 5 k,.,.i n.iv '.. 

8.— FtiK-ie with OalkatePeial ^chollfi »j:. 

Tlcke ., 25ceuti-.ach, iol.eha.lal Sin,!; Wun.-, I'rlii- 
oip»l Hotel-, and al ihe door. t«4»at 



JOHN MITCHEL WHLL DE- 
nivin a LiierunE 

On the tw ,; of Juue 5(li, 

AT KIKQSBUIIY UaLL. 

Subject : 

The A^ony ol' Europe. 

Admission, tweaty-flvc cents. Tickets lo ho bad at Mc- 

.N.ill) , i-, Mierlock'j, an-i ..f I Inn [H.-r-r 1 f-nd incnib-rj '■! ihe 
Monlcunicry>, tnunot and Shkld'a (..uarda, e'eu nt Ihe 
door. J£l lSt _ 



T ECTITRE TO LADIES. — Dr. 

J-J K^APP, formerly oT Now Tork. nnw located In 

Ihiaclly, wboeu card Mill l„- fan il Iru.i.u her col mu.w|l| 
e...ni:ii.'i„-,aeour e.-f let me. to Mlri-s ni |) I- A I Til 
.andtli'llAUsES of thf it,,, Mnd III- •-miri Miffern, on 
Wcilne-tiu nflerdn- 0, Jnro Hih, In Wltkow f ky Hall, cmner 
■ ■: ' ar. a-,.] m..i , ... ,tr,.et-, i'ne L.eutta will he I lua- 
traled bv tte miat <iti rmve nn 1 "■ rnT-rful fern-lo 0|i- 
puTiilu-i Iriitic wuild. Ko Ifiuv, who d,.l-ea h> oilh-tl 
(if all. t earl til\ t.;(s..|'iir_:iiiit wt ml. 1 i-i- ].:., Ilf.-.cnn iiffijrd ti 
ljfi» thee leetur. e-, or can Ih-Ht »i eiei ntr linn- and 11101 ey 
Han In attending Ibern. Tln-v will t .- i.iljpli.ii aud npially 
profltal.i i' 1 , all age< ur.d 1 i.naiilnni offcmaln llfq, Wherv- 
evi r (hu Dr. baa 1,-tlured laj liaa ilrawn mil houaes nud re- 
el. I v.-. I the hlirhtoii eutom'iim 1 nf t ho proaiJ 

Lecture, i- uieiie.: at -'J u'c ink r, u Adinltrli.n, .0 

crii". B.-0 Bills. 

OIH:e, 178 South Clorlt atiett. turniir of Clark and M>u- 
100 streets. |al" 1116 it 



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ADAM AKERSTROM'S AS- 

nbly. w, 11 take place. .a U' -ad ay, June 411.. 

a hsvtDfg r.Ji. -.. rai directy over iho'e 



©enetal Katices. 



EMPLOYMENT.— Johnson, Fry 
4 0o, Publbben, 191 La^e etreet, r.ffir permo.miil 
fii p'oymor t to Kent 01 ea ol rt npcctital ly nnd businrtii 
'laitltlcitloos, to canvus for Eral-.W 3 standard illus rled 
woika. JelrtWSli 



RKC1PK for MAKING LIQUID 
OLtrB-For t'oe Dullnr 161 1 by mn'l _I wlJI flend <o 
an,- addr,.a a KEdl'- Ful; M KINO I'KH'A Itft) 
QbUK. -Ilull.rt.) ' S|- .Idl t-,'11,1 ..lie .rOlK's which Hill 
i-o itadlly fur S^ cent s per li.vtlr .,' nn ,-ni rmous profit If 
Tcu want in m ike mm-v try tha lecine. I r- c h money 
la U, _ address JuHN P. HESI'LL, Box .1261. ''hiea- 



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'YOUNG MEN'S ASSOCIATION. 

otlon Wll| n i.a''h'«ld' a 1 'J.epH'-Kor the V..J'.- M- '■ i 
S.tuiday evening ueit, Iho JH. ™- , , '' 

f.tlee'Kl.t o'eliiok. 'II .llii1P(;e".l.'""" ■ -J' '" 

nnal rieetlnoT t- revise the Charter arid Uy-' 1 - 1 ' 



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V v.-l;" 



1 Iho Intotrnxntor the aurplui 
some bifore the mectlog tor its 



crfroni Ihe fait ocljnur rd 
IDE the KoidlDi' Kn. nr 1..I.- >-rt •■!"•• on 

a« u i tbe ^J^^. 11 ^ UOW.b^Mf, "-■ 



it Tem 1 1 



OR RENl : — o„ ^^th^June^or 



X" Sale Cheap, twi. First Claii >■'". 

Florici t'lii'l'ed ium..'k-rn -;rle win «.. -d 

i a.-acn -nn »ve wliLln i00 feet of tho take — - 

A«ol-i'ald I'iewofirie Lake and birbor and rnrr. 

a'p,l«bl»,i a L^.o«««M.>oII». ff «-. B - SE: 



,Jine, ^ 



tdv 11 ■:'-■■"- 






nay irt yriu* — — — — 

rpO RENT— New Family Hotel in 

ST. I.OUIS, MO. 

SllnaW In a desirable locality o- ihoi f-l'S'.* 1 ; k C0 . T "f * f 



AKE STREET MILLS -ON 

^.,,,. rS L;es ft i;;..«-;..*V«;i™;,:: 

A \™ {'wit .at-f. O-jods wairJDted and 
i» =»? ' we of Cto ^,-E-EKS L NORW] ^_ 

OTICE. — All pe: -ions hojdintf 

- '.Cookcounlv w i*fSayjridur.eTi-it. 
"- KLL.iJIe k. 
n.yltHJMd 



pass a Iks TniBVNH 

ADVERTISING SCHEDULE 

The following ara the ratea of odyerti B ing in th? 

DAILY PKKSS AND TRIBUNE t 

"H* ^"f™, <* tinea ante.) one lBi«it'on I t, 

if. Z,* ' iM 



~ t.' ) 



'. s'oo 



•" ;; three aiioihg,, 4a, Vi'bo" ;;;;;; 

0" b* tw 11 tho OouLtinji Room. 

VT All Traaalant Advm-lLnmanU to be paid la Advuc*. 

*r All ahaugea eaar,{eit 80 oeota per 3o.u*re. 
-awrnt Aoyt^.ar.0 U w"«T t LT r.t*. m r^o, 
VfS P -' r ^H""- ""^ * cet for first moolh. 



Suction 3a(rs>, 



J-cjY GILBERT A SAMPSON. 
Furnltare, Carpets, mirrors, &c, 



AT AUCTION. 



Cloth*, ItiigYnd Siaif-* 1 
Ba't'tJ.U.mkV ' 

JtH ciH.'Jt 



J^Y eiLB-JtUT A SAMPaON ,- 

Lar. e CaUljguo 8alo of 

Slgnor'Q. U. Pandohfol A .. o„ mm Italy, would aJplsa 

AT AUCTION, 

'a?.T7 ! "-f ';;:, B^grjSAa ■«•« v * * • , " ,, "- * »«• «h 

AT OUU SALK.t Ritrjar.B. LAKE flTttEllT. 



The most mas nl Ocenl eolloi 



a lit alloiiolher t 



other ie.v ilen'CTin 

the InrttctylesofUoh.. in an dee, riVa;,!!,!:.'',:.';,, ,;:'',': 
Ware,FrOP0a eJiln.i war, ivntk Luc -.,,,. „',. ,, ,, ,. 

Encash loll. u,. waie, Tanc y .rilcl..-, ,1, . " "t. ■" |,m illh IS 



■;■-■ ■■''' - ; :"' " ili; - 



Aiij., a«upL-rl.av.,rtiH.^t of I'e Orient q UA li| v of rilvrr 
pbuduouiln, ,oi,i,lBitn«if tir.i nsiis, w.,ir,, f ,.n j. ||]. c |i 
ami other sues, eo.tgrn, ivillnitti ,i;( InUI,-. , . if. - »,,,! (a 
uriu,f,,iL -|..i.iiiHjn.l i v.H 3 ,toie[her with n peal eaility 

Toweij 1,'ihnnMieTerboco offered In ony other maiket, 
and. .v.- 11 .rildr wld'.,,.. Id w.t|„,,,t ll,r p-iwl ivi.-rvo. 

I' 1 "' I'hntlv hcllevnl, 1, 1 tin- (n>trfid, (1>« ->im<> 

and Hi;.!,.,!!, u leal i. flv , v „, |,,„| „,, dl . ,„.(,.„ „ 



elerran 
mini 






d heli. -1 nud cm* 
1 uht.vo btautliul 

moinlrig of the day at 

bo packed la tho crlgina 



<l rln- 



J>Y STAFFORD & SMKDLEV^ 
ah ii«m;i its. 

ON Tr/KSDAY MOHNINC. June tho oth, ut M. rk 

wo vHllai. L.,11 Ihe pmiil-HM on L1.I1 N..n If, 17. lUnrdl!)' 
Ill block No. :n, tn J., ha-".., U.djr-ri A M.. >*a AJtlnl,.,, i, ( 

(llilcieo. frottt>nir on llileato fivfi , In fni w,.l of 

W.li«.lrTet, U NHi U uulldioi:*, Fumr.-. I>\i.a»ii a. d fm- 
provrrni n... Don on tald 1 jr'V? " I«UI>b of fiuroe.ou* 

Ttiea'nve pfopeity •.-111 I .■ r . I J bvvlilua "f it ci- mill 

■ v. IBrJO, ami lo 

-a' fyth-i. .. .-. tlmU-Thicii 

8J-IUU IMbr., h-ck ririiii.iw.li.. no un, aid, nCooidllig to 

TheaU.'vel,nH.|.in-.,,iu"r nlM'on (he promt its, mid Iho 
puieliaiir cm In. v. Irn.ii of Ihe litiiuiid* al a rate u. ado 
known nf tbe lime of sale. 
Sale toslllve, term. Cull. 

SI'AFFARD i BJTEDLET, 
J c4citt-It , l'troideti-f Agentut iroperty. 

¥JNITED STATES 

POU LAKE MICHIGAN, 
AT AUCTION, 



Loko Mliihlgnn. 

Noappfoprla'IoosbnvliiK be*nrnii)e by Oogcrail foi Lba 
maliaWiancc of Ihe M. S. [•nara DreVe li ut. 11 .w 1| na 
oltJUcaeo, in the forth Urnrcuof Ihe Klv. r und I m t»- 
loe no means ovallablu f.r 1 li-l o'Jecl, Un rale ui tntu r»t- 
Ujtile ronihlue nnd h, r fourdurepiii^ •'u»5 i|iu. 1 ■: .1 en 
UnavoMob e. 'Hioy will, e^ad njly t,« -old if Itn'lr ui ior- 
Iriew it i:blcai-n. a' 1 uhll. imellu 1 t Ih.-ld 1,1 ■! 1 3 . 1 • I n, ou 
TflUKKU-. V.lhe-iicl.lay ..I Jane, pioilwu, at til u'c )c4 
In iho inornlun. 

Thl.1 drtdnti boat wis bu It by Honaid In 18M. , K he ha* 
an cicjjlicut double iti mi enilne and nnle .vhielj. with 
buckets wutk'd l.y cniticaa ihajiif. Hoc U e'la'le of 
ra i ,- I v.- tl nata.i 1 uhk ■ or.tn per dav. '• li b.al aud 
■Irani mic Itcrv a-e In rood order, and re wed oonh too 

■ ■■•■■■ ■ 1 ■ ■ tn.. He 1,. „■■!■' . .- 

i«m ■Ln'tt-r Can tc view d at her rln s aty flay 
previous to H.eiate. ]■ wad nuanied wllh uncnois, cubits, 
ar. a-t ti-narct* for ready •> rk. 
At the nan., inn „n) pi.i..e, wil tie 8n'd one oilier eoow^ 



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FIEOiTI WASHINGTON. 

[8 fecial Dispatch to Hie Now York Tribune.) 

Wiseman*, May Hit, I860, 

ER. Al'illS' SPEECH. 

Charles Francis Adams mnde his debut in tlie 
House to-day, and though the attendance was 
thin when he opened, no announcement of his 
purpose having bean made, the benches of both 
sides were filled in u few minutes, and the gal- 
leries exhibited a cor.-r.ipon ding interest. His 
speech was a philosophical, luminous nud moat 
attractive review of the uiavery question, 6r 
rather the problem of the reprenentftlion whcli 
the •* peculiar inatitution" had secured in ibe 
popular branch of Ctxigress, thr- io/7iren' , o it 
commanded in the Cabinet, in tlie Supreme 
Court and every other department of the Gov- 
ernment. He said the ne^ro would not go out, 
nor could he be put out, till this great problem 
was solved. 

He then traced the existence and necessity of 
tbs Republican party, proving it to be merely 
defensive, and intended to sustain the princi- 
ples of the lathers, and to vindicate those con- 
tained in the Declaration of Independence, 
which be showed tvere not limited to auy color, 
but addressed to the rights of mankind. 

In bis opinion there could be no compromise 
till these principles were brought back and Hie 
Government restored to its honored practices. 
Change and reform were imneratively required, 
and freedom most be restored to the place from 
which it had beeu rudely deposed. 

The corruptions and "abuses which had be- 
come so common should be arrested, or greater 
calamities would follow. lit; examined the so- 
called remedy of secession suggested by ultras, 
and demonstrated its folly, feebleness, and im- 
practicability. 

Mr. Adams held the undivided attention oT 
the House throughout, without an interruption, 
and extorted general jiraise for the elevated 
tone and candid spirit in which the subject was , 
discussed. Those who, like myself, were famil- 
iar with his father's style of speaking, were 
struck by the similarity of manner, voice, 
and gesticulation, and particularly with the 
nervous energy wbicli seemed to be common to 
both. He is evidently a chip of the old block, 
and certainly has made his murk on (he House. 
(Special dispatch to tbe N. T, Herald.] 

WAsmscTos, Hay 31, 1350. 
BEJECTION OF T1IE MEXICAN TREATT. 

The Senate was in Executive session four 
hours to-dav on the Mexican treaty. There was 
on earnest debate involving the entire question. 
Several amendments were voted on and rejected, 
including' those of Mr. Simmons, which bad 
been previously anproved by some of the Re- 
publicans who were opposed to the treaty in its 
original form. The treaty was finally rejected 
by a lar^e majority. Tbe result has produced 
much disappointment as well as surprise, as the 
indications during the few weeks past wore fa- 
vorable to its ratification. 

Pending the question to reconsider the vote 
by which the treaiy was rejected, Senators will 
have an opportunity more closely to consider 
the effect at their nclion of to-day. It is sup- 
posed the rejection ol the Nicaragua treaiy, by 
the votes of nearly all the Republican Senators, 
had not a litile influence in the rejection of the 
ilexicau treaty by the votes of tbe Democrats. 
An ineffectual effort was made to remove tbe 
injnnction of Heoresy, and hence tbe exact state 
Of the question cannot particularly be stated. 

From tbe temper m-milested to-day, theparty 
may be regarded as dead. 

TOG CENTRAL AllEltlCA* TREATIES. 

There was an animated discussion on the 
Central American treaties, and it is probable 
that with Nicaragua will be carried with amend- 
ments, and that with Honduras as it stands. 






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CHICAGO, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1860. 



NUMBER 289. 



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An oilier Forgery. 

The Toledo Blade well exposes another for- 
gery which baa originated in tbe N. Y. Herald. 
That journal has said that in a speech in 1848, 
Mr. Liocolo, used tbe following language : 

"If IiLoold evar. cinclnde W d»IT wh»tevc- " — * '- -' 
LUck c-elcade Fi ' ' 
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I protest they Bhs 

to quote, was delivered on iM _rtu or July, 
1S4S, after the nomination of Gen. Cass for the 
Presidency la the course of his remarks, Mr. 
Lincoln alluded to tbe claims of valuable mili- 
tary services theo made by the Demacrats for 
Geo. C, and after ironically camparim; the 
same with his own services in the Black Hawk 
war, Mr. Lincoln «aid : 

'■Mr.Speik.r: If 1 should tvtf conclude to <k.ff what- 
ever o„r Dr«*erntfc. frttmU mov ... 7 ,i«« «»'« 1» '" ll!u '-\ 1 l 
cockade Fidrralino ab'.u- m.-, ami ili.-ic-upon ili'-y tru.it 
UtomZ up.,- their e..iJl-i..i..- for u, l-r.-rldenry. Ijrotoi- 
Tb% "ba'l not wait Inn of in". <" ih„jh»t,o/Gc;Cau, 6y 

Tbe words in italics, so essential to a correct 
understanding of Mr. Lincoln's language, are 
entirety omitted by the Ihrald, und he is made 
to say just what he did not say. He is to 
"black-cockade Federalist," though he is to 
succeed one in office. 

Mr. Everett Accept*. 



Cincinnati and Chicago Mall, 

[From the Cincinnati Commercial.] 
Tbe Hon. Schuyler Colfax deserves the 
thanks of tbe country for the vigilance with 
which, as one of the Post Office Committee of 
the House, ho has watched mail irregular- 
ties, and the intelligent vigor with which he hits 
lubored to effect relbrms. A good deal that is 
valuable has been done, and a considerable 
share oflhe credit beloncs to Mr. Colfax. The 
following letter, from this gentleman, carries its 
own explanation: 

JTot/SE OF K WORSE tlTATIVES, ) 

"WjianrroiOH Cuv, May W. 1SW. J 
Ens, Couueiicial : Mauv complaints having 
been made to tbe Post Office Committee in re- 
gard to tbe irregularity of the mail between 
your city und Chicago; and haviug noticed 

?our editorial allusion to it, ou tbe 26tb inst., 
called this morning on Mr. Clements, chief 
clerk of the Post Oltice Department, who has 
the correction of mail matters under bis espe- 
cial charge, aud told him there could be no ex 
cuse for it, nstbe various railroads lormiug tbe 
through route almost always wait for delayed 
trains on theirconnecting roads. He promised 
to have the matter investigated at once, and 
has this day instructed L. S. Everett, Esq. , of 
Chicago, Special Agent of the Department, to 
go over the route in person, ascertain the cause 
of these failures and apply the remedy ; or re- 
port to the Department what elope may be 
necessary to secure regularity in the mails 

He also stated that if you had'aay informa- 
tion or opinion as to tbe cause of these frequent 
failures, be would be glad if you vtould uddrofs 
a note to Mr. Everett, in care' of the Postmaster 
at Cincinnati, who would hand it to him when 
he reaches your city. 

Respectfully Yours, 

Schuyler Coalfax. 

It is yeryextraordinarv, — an innovation upon 
established usage,— a palpable violation of tin 
precedents of the Circumlocution Office, — an 
interference with the regular process of How 
Not To Do It,- to have an official inquiry 
promptly made in this manner. We publish a 
pracraph scolding about t ho detention of tho 
mails between this city and Chicago; and tbe 
first thing we know, a member of Congress has 
brought the matter before tlio Post Office De- 
partment, and a special agent has been sent out 
to reform the irregularities. Whr, this is un- 
heard of I It looks as if Government meant 
business. As to cur information, we h ave al- 
ready published the facts in our possession, the 
material one being, Chicago mail one end two 
days behind time---passengcrs coming through 
in fourteen hours-- mail t»i^s requiring twenty 
four and forty eight hours. 



Tlio Way It TakcM. 

The whole country has been alive since tbe 
Chicago Convention, and ratification meetings 
have been held in almo-t every township in the 
Slate. In this vicinity we hare good reports 
from the friends of Lincoln nnd Hamlin. At 
Tuscola and Mat toon torch light processions, 
and tbe most enthusiastic speeches cheered by 
resembled hundreds evinced the greatjey of tie 
Republicans. Egypt too, is looming up in aman- 
n u r thatjwill surprise many. Oo Saturday last, 
Prairie City, in Cuinberl tod county, was alive 
with " rail splitters," and such" a season of re- 
freshing has never before been experienced in 
that locality. Home and visitant orators anima- 
ted the zeal of several hundred assembled voters 
of that county, and those who live in tbe county 
nnd know, give tbe glorious assurunce that 
November will show Cumberland redeemed ; 
that she is bound to go for Honest Old Ade. — 
On Monday eveutogu good time was had at 
Ashmore Station, The meeting was augmented 
by a Charleston delegation, attended by tbe 
Charleston Brass Band. Speeches were deliv- 
ered by Mr. D. M. Turnev, of Mattoon, Mr. Shy 
of Edgar countv, Messrs. .Marshall und Brom- 
wellofCharleBloi 
Courier. 



nd others.— Charleston (111.) 



A New Branch of tDti-iii. -.,.. 

Three men have started for Pike's Peak with 
a party of fifteen girls, to supply , in part tbe 
destitution of wives existing in that quarter. 

This announcement ia yery suggestive. In 
the first place, it illustrate* finely tfiis principle 
commerce, of all kinds, results from the efforts 
of one part of the world, to supply tho wants of 
another. In tbe Dext place, it indicates that 
men have learned that gold aloue dou't pav. 
Again, it satisfies us better than a 800 page nov- 
el, that women will always be found ready to do 
anything which will enable her to discharge ber 
duties in life. Fifteen girls undertake aloiig 
journeywith but three men to engineer them 
through, and all, to become the wives of the 
diggers; but tbe idea cannot be amplified or em- 
bellished; we leave it to notice tbe crowning 
suggestions, namely; the itioit unselfish benev- 
olent-'; of the tljree'mi'" whr. few il,« «U. n r' 
fcriug L-llowH, u-„k-.ul : . ; I., tr.^purt i-ucliW 
girls O the labor and vexation, the confusion 
of bund bc-xes, traveling baskets, fans, gloves, 



magazines, bonnets, oranges, 
pause. This is truly a "labor ■> 
we mistake not there will be o'. < 
rush into tbe field, excited bysu, i 
CcdenlB. But all goods und war' 
to loss by transportation,' and wi 
the fifteen girls will hold out coun'., 
ered. There may bo but twelve at 
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Our Population. 

Notwithstanding the Pike's Peak emigration 
and all tbe deprcesiug causes which have been 
so actively at work throughout the West, for 
the post two or three years, the growth of Chi- 
cago has kept on " tho even tenor of its way," 
and tbe figures of the canvass for the new City 
Directory, just closing under the superinten- 
dence of T. M. Halpin, point with irresistible 
conviction to facts which fully equal, if they do 
not surpass, our hopeful anticipations. 

At the date of the last canvass, there were 
2,800 vacant houses in this city. To-day, des- 
pite an uoprecedentedly active building seasou 
last year, scarcely interrupted by the moderate 
winter, and despite the thick outcropping cf 
suburban residences, made easily accessible by 
our- Horse Railway system, notwithstanding 
these f.icts, there are to-day only 900 Tocant I 
bouses in the city of Chicago. 

Our calculation, based upon tha vote at the 
spring municipal election, is also fully sustained 
iu the result of this canvass. The usual Direc- 
tory estimate in the city of New York is baaed 
upon an average of tcvrp persons to each name 
iu the Directory; in Boston six; while in Chi- 
cago ouly four persons to a name are couuted, 
Tbe new Directory will contain n trifle under 
38,000 names, which upon this by no means fa- 
vorable estimate, would give us a population of 
upwards ot one hundred, and fifty thousand souls. 
Tbe census of course wilt give us accurate in- 
formation in a few months, but we have full 
confidence that these figures will be sustained. 

Sad Occurrence— A Girl Killed by Liost- 
ning. — During the severe thunder shower jus' 
after noon on Saturday, there wns, about two 
o'clock P. M., one clap of thunder many of our 
readers will remember from its prolonged sharp- 
ness and violence. This bolt struck near 
Bridgeport, or at tho intersection of Halsled 
street with the Archer road, killing instantly 
the daughter of a German resident. The giafc 
Christine Grish, fourteen years of age, went out 
during the shower to drive home their flock of 
geese, aud while so doing, about twenty rods 
distant from the house, the tremendous bolt 
came, prostrating and killing her instantly. A 
woman standing in the door of a cottage some 
yards distant, was also knocked down and 
stunned, hut has recovered. 

Tbe unfortunate girl was first struck on the 
back of tbe head, a dark line tho length of her 
person indicating the passage of the electric 
fluid. Her clothing was set on fire, and extin- 
guished by the raiu, but not until tbe body was 
mueh scorched. A portion of tbe metallic hoop 
she wore was melted. 

From the body of the victim the electricity 
passed into tbe earth, in its passage makiog a 
hole some three feet deep, into which our in- 
formant thrust his arm nearly its entire length. 
We do not learn that there was any tree or 
other tall object, by which the lightning was 
attructed. 



Female Industrial School.— The ladies of the 
Catholic denomination in our city have always 
been celebrated for the spirit, zeal, and skillful 
management which has made their notunfio- 
quent occasions of Fairs and Festivals for 
charitable objects most notably successful. The 
fortheomiug Ladies' Fair of the Female Indus- 
trial School at Metropolitan Hall, on to-day, 
Monday, 4th inst., to be continued throughout 
four days, promises to be no exception to tbe 
rule. It is to comprise a richly stocked Bazaar, 
a superb Floralexbibilion, and a choice gallerv 
of Oil Paintings. During the evenings, concerts 
— vocal and instrumental — will be interspersed, 
with Tableaux. Neither of these features will 
be allowed to fail, or full below the standard of 
high excellence. It will be a novel and beauti- 
ful series of attractions, in aid of a very worthy 
and noble object. The sisters of tho Holy CroBs 

conduct tho affair, their skill aud supervision 
oi many oi our urea Kuurwn cinu-no. 



THE^CITY. 

(Jaiu.eseqs' Meeting.— Tbe Clncag ■ Garden- 
era" Society hold their regular monthl/ u-eetiDg 
IhisMonday evening, Juue 4th, at then Ull ill 



Playing with j. Locomotive. — At Aurora, a 
day or two since, two eDgines ready fired up 
were waiting to be attached to a freight train of 
the C, B. k Q. It. R. The engineer on the fore- 
most machine left her for a minute, when n 
chap, employed about the depot, thought tbo 
opportunity a good one for a brief excursion. 
He had had no experience whatever with an 
engine, but knew, enough to pull tho starting 
lover, and off went the machine, up the track. 
A minute later and the whistle of an approach- 
ing train was heard. The greenhorn lost his 
presence of mind and forgot, if he ever knew, 
what to do in the crisis. Finally his frantic ef- 
forts hud the result of rtveriing, the machine, 



Arrest op a Suspicious Cattle Dealer — 
Owners Wanted.— Frank Bowers is the narce 
of a man about thirty-five years of age, tor two 
years past a resident in thu town of West Obi- 
cago beyond City Limits, where be has a fami- 
ly. For some time past cattle have been missed 
in that vicinity, aud it has been more thau sus- 
pected thjt Bowers has been in the cattle trade 
on tbe sly. 

This suspicion has been ou the increase, and 
on Thursday the matter was taken iu hand by 
officers William Douglas end Walker, w! o 
went into Bowers' neighborhood and began ex- 
plorations. On the best authority, gained thi y 
could only find that he owned four or five head* 
They watched his premises, however, and on 
Saturday evening they found him driving twen- 
ty-four head of cattle, mostly cows, into a yard 
near his house. 

Tbo officers asked him if they were bis— he 
said they were, and that he would be glad to 
sell some of them. Ho was then taken 
into custody, aud the animals are in charge of 
the City Marshal. It has been Bowers' prac- 
f'ct, ir |h believed, to pici np bona item tho 
prairie nnd moke slight alterations iu their ap- 
pearance by cutting off' tails, clipping ears, 4c, 
and then keeping them until opportunities could 
be fouud to sell them to city butchers. 

One of the cows token on Saturday uight, 
from Bowers, has been already identified, and 
the owners of the rest may recover their prop- 
erty by proving the same on application at tbe 
City Marshal's office. Not long since Bowers 
stole a cow from a widow woman in the vicinity 
of his home, and had tbo audacity to attempt to 
retain possession in spite of her ".dentificatiou 
of her pioperty. 



Tub Lizzie Enoles Conspirators set at 
Work.- Tbe circumstances of the L ; Ezie Ragles 
conspiracy case are already familiar to our 
readers. The defendants, John B. Smith and 
Charles H. Schwab, who were convicted of the 
attempt to reduce the younggirl to prostilution* 
bave, since their seutence, been spending their 
time in Bridewell, and their money in liberal 
outlays, in the hope of securing a reversal of 
their sentence of six months labor on Bridewell 
stone heaps. All is lost, we are happy to say, 
and by the recent decision of the Supreme Court 
their sentence is confirmed. They are to com- 
mence their six months study of Bridewell min- 
eralogy to day, as ull the time thus far passed 
in duress does not "count." So the interven- 
tion Of the lawyers has not helped them much, 
but as it has doubtless helped tbe lawyers it, is 
just as well so. The case is an instructive one. 
These prisoners bad openly and frequently 
boastod that they had money enough to buy up 
all the Courts in the State, It seems otherwise. 

Peil 



>nal. — Among the guests at tho-Brigga 
House, we notice Gov. Reedcr and lady, Peun.; 
Hon. B. W. Bartholomew, Vermont; Hon. Da- 
rius Gaff, Mass.; A. J. JamisoD, Esq., Miss.; J. 
D. Crockett, Esq., Miss.; Hon. J. S. Thompson, 
III. 



Judgement Reverseo in the Stow Case — 
The Supreme Court have just reversed the sen- 
tence in the case of the People vs. W. U. Stow, 
and remanded the same for trial in the Re- 
corders Court. It will be remembered that de- 
fendant was sentenced to pay a fine of $1,000 
for alleged fraudulent sale of real estate. 

A Hardou Hint.— Eds. Press and Tribune :— 
Will you allow me to call the attention of thoso 
Who have the care of our Harbor, to the danger 
of injury thereto by the dumping of earth into 
tbe lake, in proximity to tbe channel. I have 
recently observed many scows discharging their 
loads in places where the material will be very 
likely to find its way into the channel, which 
has no water to spore. It is worthy of inquiry 
whether any such deposits ought to be allowed 

no w l onKiNV rf sr^ Mfe m'ooiyyioif.-U'A-i'iirai 

regular meeting of this Club will beheld this 
(Monday) evening, in tbe North Committee 
Room of the Wigwam. All interested in the 
success of the nominees (Lincoln and Hamlin,) 
ore cordially invited to ho present. A new 
Executive Committee is to be elected, nnd sev- 
eral iuterestlug addresses may be expected. 
Pet-IB Paoe, President. 
Chicago, June A tb, 1360. 
Can We not IIavka Monster Concert?— Tbe 
Pns'sand Tribune makes an excellent musical 
sutig^tion this morning, which we heartily 
second H ia that tbe various bunds and musi- 
cal societies and amateurs combine into one 
grand whole aDd give a musical entertainment 
ID the Wigwam. Tbe thing is nn easy possibil- 
ity. With such vocalists as Mrs. Bostwlok, Mrs. 



CAMPAIGN 

PRESS AND TRIBUNE, 
Great Fre sidi'iilial Campaign ! 

Republicaus, you have how selected your 
•andidates for tbo Campaign of 1860, Abra- 
n.iu Lincoln of Illinois leads the tolunia of 
the Friends of Freedom. During the six 
months that are before us tbe Press axd Tri- 
btjxh will labor incessantly (or hia eleetion. 
Prom our staud-point, ia his own State, wo 
shall bo able to present facta and incidonta 
which, it i. believed, will be of essential ser- 
vice in the great contest all over the United 
States. We beg leave, therefore, ia suggest 
to the Delegates and all the Repubkarja now 
in the city, that they order copies' feu their re- 
srvoliw towDii Mud d*dtnci<jbA&r*>tti?*4?-? 

give d, full and ccmploto current history of tho 
Presidential canvass, including reports of 
speeches, debates and mass meetings. It will 
also contain too general ne v/s of the day, tele- 
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market reports, tgricuHural anc other useful 
matter. Nothingwill be omitttd to render it 
a welcome sheet, and an efiicioit ohampiou of 
tho Republican cause. 

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SEWINO MACHINES 

tiave won tlie Highest Prornlaais at ibe Fairs of .Us 
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Mechanic's Institute, Baltimore, 
Mechanic's Association, Chcinnati, 
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Mechanical Association', St. Louis, 

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RE VERE HOUE 
AT AUCTION. 
On MONDAY, JONE ■llli, at 9« o'clock, we shall sell all 

the AitiClm "lit'Ut tin- 1I...u^'ci:.im, ,1. aiu-ms wl.kb is nil 
the Kitchen Furiiihir.', i. iiuerj, ]■"■■' rt.i, i-puorja, Laundry 
Furniture, ice. 

ThefollawiDcartlcles.uol called fo-, coneiatitjeof S Drus- 
;e =, iJurjie'*, S i.ajui.y l,..-,l,i c id-, ll,j. n\,od W.islnUadj, 
•Mftrble-ii-i' liureai, ■ ntj-.~i,=. Ljt^,' Mtrro-s,&c. 
Jel-cili It Wll,j\. liUTl' EUS Alt),, iuu'i-J. 



PAMPHLET & BOOK PRINT- 

A INQ We hive the L> M > fad Ulca of anv eotccrn 

Wcitcf N"w York |.,r tun, in j out w-k ,,f thf- above cltt^i. 
Call and Eft ou' esslautas before ord.rli p. L"t-i- rt 1 tut 
Icp tsi:iii itti ivil rei'.^i; (".in Lat'ciilmn. Direct t . 

■WM.B.RA.Nl', Prt-^iuJTnimoe office, " 
_^ 51 O.aikH Mt. 



OFFICE OF ILL AND MISSIS. 
S-PPI T£LEQRArd CO. • 



CARDS, HANDBILLS, CIRCU- 
LARS, ltd., to order at short notice, at 



S TRACED OR STOLEN from the 
subfcrl^er, three Colts, vli : Oto three vear old UgU 

lay Man- .villi bio k Ir^-., mmf ami ta.l, an.l .ibdut m- 
leenhiuilsnlKh. Oirb,, in-ire, I ■SToatSold last fait, not 

fi. tall 1.11 in.Te -:■ ,.,1 .\ . 1 . l.r'ul.l -iiri.l, iw,. ,, .1-:. 
old, gelduig. r'ther tail and Icn;'hy. Tboy all nave pretty 

c ■ --I -.;-,]" lie j .;> U -..■.. ■ t ."-a 1,'inu (ruin A ce 
the first of Mj>- A . ■• r- 1 .-'.'. „*l'.wi., or nivlujii ! r- 

warded. 1 * - '' ""' ° . LEWIS SHERVIU 

_ l^s'-r , k>nil'ill Cf> , 11! , Mm- flu. J L 'L*' ;, _ 



BOARD AT 
Plcuant aceommodat-O! 
large, a'ry onu very deslrub.'o 
Ll-bt'l. thiough tbe Btiuimcr u 
moo.rac. Anplyat 



EVANSTON.— 

i in a rrlrate rnjnily, with 
rjoro?, futoiah'a or. uolV- 
inth^ or tbe year. 'IV rim 
K0.33 iSoulh Water St. 



ANTED.- 



W 

App ly nt «j H L 



-A first class fashion* 

?r. wb'3 can cut and fit perfectly. 



SANDUSKY CEMENT AND 
WiiEit Ldie — Tbo undersigned Is tonstanily rcctlv- 



JeUU 



e- nail., nknedls 

E. wairanltd fr'sb, and ctT-r . 

THOMAS M.-.I.B. 

y... a N-i.tii \v< ;- • 



jV for a rt 



OR SALE— A desirable locuion 

ar a reBldcneewUliln tbe corpor^t^ limit." of the Iowa 
JB 'ad. Irirt jiqi — Unee hour- r1.l-« !"r'.uii Oi. -ojho _ nn 
the HicM~wSout-em aud NuiIL^d I idlinn Itiilr.'.i", m.J 
c.LVfiiiei.t Io tbe Depot. [Icuut : fully loi j.edfor a town or 
mml ro'ldcucc, i-'-nitalnin,.' iiioiit f-li ncreJ A fine loiof 
frulttreo'', In a nice ur..wlD-K L.iijlton AUd some flno 
luitittrte ■ nr. und tho lnhdicg -pot. l-.'r [la.licu'ar. :n|- 
^efe^oSaaOaoaib luid, Itulaaa. JCJl3t 



145 



K LaKB STREET. 



145 

BILL HEADS. 

1 band- a i a r-^ -.mount or Hill Head Pupor, 



AI LOW It A TES, 

Dunlop, Sewell & Spalding, 

JOB PRINTER?, 

i Lake stiecu 14o ' 

Je4cM3-it 



CKantn. 



WANTED — A Plmnber at 134 
SpBIBOIUk-Mttei. 

my36-lwk.' Li VINQ-TON 1- BA33 ETT . 



\Y ANTED— A person to take n 



WANTED- 
To eir-hati-n H 



■ A Kare Chance. — 

Michigan for 



WANTED-Blank Book Fini her. 
AgOdl ttliuik Bool; rii.iil.tr ear, ltn.1 ju'rmahful 



a JON-S. PEK- 



W ANTED— To purchase for cash, 
a LOT Iu the WmI IHiri.lm, Sni.tl, r,f H n „. 



, LOT In 
irtetul ' " 
dlwt. 



__ Wett Dlvi.'L„, 
of Union 1'arb, » 
■preftrred. Addre 



\VTANTED— By a gentleman and 

• * wife. furLl-hedroonsntidooird In np-Hate family 

nli- n- [;u 1||.?-- I.iiaulennre t iteii. I.ucill .11 pl-i-'inl an, I 
central. Be;t rcrcien.es y v.n. Aiidrei., b 1 -2TJH ' H 
cago post ofBce. J«K4*'-8t 



17 ANTED - 



Peisons out of Km- 

C a unall caolla . ran h.ar 1 f .. 

_ ■ .n-u.'-y. ".- .-.il'.i,.- at. \ -1 

enot In a goud payiut '-1-I1 I'.i.'.i- 



WANTED— A pvaolical book- 
taper who la enanged rJurtoe the fo-r-ooon with 

kf-i'p:iii: t ■■• by .1 ..ill..'. -■ entry v.-.nis t ■ I ■■ hhM'.vhI l-.r 

tb" otber ball of ibe UJ' . OikuL c.ly mf moici win t,.> 
glvei- Urmani- J-r.1.'. Fleis? u.Iji"-} Li.uiri-kEEl'EH, 

-jo-tfl009i Chtrago pott offlca. J*u*t 



WANTED— To exchange a good 
J.lvery Htock. conslitlnn of Hoises, Carrta'cs, 
Sli-l.-lis, liugiifesai ' " 



thin SO 

caj!0 Oily Property, in ulr. 

Chicago post olllc*. 



i.Oruilfa of CMcngo, or Chi- 
ld tt'll. SIMU.VdDN, Lull' 
avenue. Aiidrjss hoi S69 



\\T ANTED — To exchange the 

** stock of gouda in tlori.' S01 Lake street, confl=llnij 

furLhlnBf g'lr.dji;. 'ill' -re' for »iiit' or traao .WLumoer Ui 
small nrl.rge quaulltlia or mill be kxchanted for tjuod city 
prowrly. 

Korfurther partleulara Inquire at the store Ho. ' 1, t>abe 
street. inylMtiQi 



WANTED.— An Experienced Dry 
floodaSnlcsim-innt Ac-nunlaut wutilsa fltualliii 



In 1 liber c-ipjclty. '-r hoth 1' 
berrt.)f..ioitn»* WholeaUeUo 
Caablerlfinthe Rolall DryOoc 

gold riu f s a 



WANTED— To purchase a Stock 
of OoodP — The odvertfter. dcilrous of koIuk IbIo 

I'ti-li.-i."!, wlsln-s to Luv a tt-cM of l-t.-ts a'-d .~noe». Dty 
Ui...-1-r.r Ha"! wire, i.irn.jiitlnn to .bon' *!?.< 00 or (50,'OJ 
Dullablp for country (ride, f.-i wl.lcli bo will pay 4-SMil 
cahli. iM.Ot'H iiii!i.r>nnbt:.il liable Cbii u«" tliv I'r. pertv. 
r.nd 1 hi* balance lu Rimd fumii.i; liu.'i. For lurLber pur- 
H--ulan Imjulro for on^ week at g4Qhttfc stifoi. mi-3 



F O R T H E 



■Wanted for sarvlco c 
bodied men, of good c 

ff£Uf2T*" 



WANTED 

UrVITIllO STATICS AR1\TV. M 

Frontlera, youn?, able- Jil 

_.._ rjie'JicaJ attendance. Also, 
third Infantry Baud. Pay ninBloy trom 

911 lo 622 per Mouth, 

I- _■ 1 .t'tnu to 'i rnrr 

Recruiting Rendervcuafitisa South Olark street, nbicago. 
ap n-cM9-Jm J. W. ALLH.Y. 1 leut. M Infantry. 

BINDER WANTED-Afiret-class 
General Worlnnao to lalio charge of a Bindery In 
Ocda- It'iplns, Iowa, apply to W. [ A SM-.K. I'a-eoien' 
Of 1(5 Clirk~tr--t ■■■r 1 ■ihe-uhicri'.M', at *'-.Mr Hai'iiH, 
Iowa. ,r. G. "AVENPtlilT. myl7c37<-lm 



2Io iveut. 



TO RENT.— Dwelling Hous? No. 
lbo w e -t Moo'oc ttre-i. containlne .'I-toq •'■omt, 
wiUK.ur-j.ri In icj.. A.pply to N. (.'. PE KIN.«.47'a- 
Billo atreet. Jai-cttrt-jt 



TO RENT— A Two Story Frame 
d*ellineli."no.-lr.r,i-iNo. s*,i y,-y, ..havennc. near 



mo 

Xlnu 



RENT— A DOCK 105 ft.fr. 



inn'n* thro 
Ik (tievts. lo renl for lv 
' u J1mEli, <.'",. ti.rcn 

mt3lc48i>lm 



TNSURANOE. 

Fire, marine aud I<t(e. 

sPErNGriELnT & m. wi. co., 

OF SPIUNOrlEI-D. MASS. 
Capital aod Surplus m" '^I'l* "]?!*'*" 

MAS3AS0IT FIRE INS. CO., 

OF SPRQiOFlELD, MASS. 
C.plUlM' Surplus 433,18W*; 

HOPE FIRE INS. CO,, 

OF HEW YORK. 
0»pM„uu Surplus : BlI.Bt.O 

HABOVEK FIRE INS. CO., 

OF NEW YORK. 
O.plWudSurplu, M14.MM.ll 

KNICKERBOCKER LIFE IBS. CO., 



ROSEHILL CEMETERY. - 
A SPECIAL TRAIN WILL LEAVE THE 
~j&TcM(i-lt J - V " ■*• AN~Y, FruidCBt. 



OST. 

A lowing la a copy 



A Note, of which Hk f»\. 



i-ik. 

TO RENT. — On Wiehigan avtnue, 
DearOld street a hnnse conl.lolni;el«t.t rrmms. wlih 
a-i-nd water, ulsu -iliDle <o nee uu'u'."a'.i l» ■ Uuisv.-* 0"'d 
,treet. to;^ \< At^_ aveni)f t up .-j| f<i n ,yi81w( 



, Iti.s. 



MiDiBON Oorrw 
Five Vfar^afler date wojelntiv »im«v«raUy »*<>*'[*« ™ 

until maiuiity. - ' $- V, rTiN 

; t=Wd.3 ?H^EASb.EATOH. 

The public hberebT "nttorod against purchiaLng above 
note, r* payment Is topped . , [t , d ,„ aD y p.r- 

L ^to alietl. i.-— j 

"POSTERS hi one or many colors 



•-pO RENT— t..;.- , , xv( . mn g, u. 

TO RENT. A Wharhng 1-ot on 
South B~^- r ™ '«\S 'Ck'S '»"! ST "" 
Blteeta. 1 H], 



amusements! 



M 



oVICKER'S THEATRE. 

MadUoa tiKot, betweca Stalo nnd Dearborn. 
MONDAY KVUNINO, .Tuoo 4tb, 

Farewell Beneat~oTMiss Woodbury. 

TWO EXCELLliNT PIECES, 
Willi Hi* full itrennth of the company. 
Tbo beautiful domestic dmmacf 

Lucille; or, The Story of the Heart. 



Alilsted J>y Jli'- 



After which,! 



AOf 



..Miss Woodbury. 
Mr. Mye.s. 



- .'nSe^'F^J Twin SroUxrs. 
Ohaieau Koiean 

Toconciuacwliliti,LMi.w rtom-Ho comedy of 
IIISIM-.II 'IO OI.IMI-. 
Jorephlne ....Miss Woodbury 



CmjtoBor Time. —Doors open at lit : Ourtiln risen at 
B O'cloa ii uifchiely. 

CrT"lloi oilier open fnmi lo o'clock a. u. llll o'clock 
r. M., Whlti ef litetan Iwisi-i un J tiirci- cIi.vm in udvann', 

rui.'n in At'iiitJji:-;.— I'.k |ii,.-ir.- liinl I 'nvj iMrclt. Wic.i 

Second L'irCle.Wc; LnWur ITIvati- n,,,.-, )C, ; t'|,i.,. f , js 

7.. li.slil -.|tM,\.N, 'lr- -I..1-'- 



M is 3j Tn.L.Ni^IASTS Second 

IW ST. PAUL'S CIIB/KCff, 



S.-Hymi-lK-iny No. 10. 

dl m..|tn. Flcale, 

«.— QIomiLij E<ij'l»l.i. . 



- AHi'LTO ,Mn.>ll09O. 3-Ad*. 

:o RiMk. 

i.st). . ..; Dreiliortn. 

1'cjro Vivace, i— Andan'o 



S.-Fug-iew. 

Tick* ', 25 cent, loch, 
olpal Hoi elr, and at Ibe door. 



Ma tl ,j 
Obi ga'te POM 



ui'i Mr. DePaa-Jo. 

to. 8 Hi'.-l li'-i-* 'i 

fciicll.n'- .',: 

ut Mu.'l; riton-., ITlti 



JOHN MITCHEL WILL DE- 

On the Eveiiloc of Juu« 51b, 

AT KIN03BUHT HALL. 

Subject : 

The Agony ol* Europe. 



AdmUtlon, 
NallyV, therlock' 
Mootfioniery' 



nty-Qvc cent). Tlckoti- lo he had at M 
of tboofflcerjnnd membrrsof tf 

anil Mik-M's Liuaiila, a'ni at II 

jojiat 



LKCTHRE TO LADIES. — Dr. 
K«AI*P, formerly of Now Tort, now loi-aled In 
Miuclly, who*.- curd, rill I," f-,iii.J In imo lie r col uio. »'|ll 
conimerjecaco.ir'CMr LccCin-1 to l,ifii.'H on HEALTH 
rrnd the CAUSES ol Hi.- I ho n.m.1 HI >-. man i-uffiTi-, on 
YVciliiei-d-u aft..-ni." ti, -1 n' ■■ ■;■ h. l n .\ M it . w Ky Hall, corner 
nf '-iar!.and Monroe btrect-. 'l'ln> Lie uccn -iltl lie I lo-- 
Irated bv tt'o m-st til. nsivc on i w nderful fern-lo n[>> 
fiainlui Infiic «-..rld. no Imiv, nho difl'.o titailh— II o 
(r:,il.'t carl lily K. s-lnj—atjit woul.l c1.J"V llf.-. can Offofd t' 



■ufltal. .. t .. 



Tin- 



:>;:: 



x and inoi ey 
J - iiiully 



Lecture) comment 
.-Hi-, See Bills. 
om», 178 South Clark ittett 



of fetunlriUf.), Wberv- 
i rjtawii full houses and !&• 

lock. I*. II, Ailnjlicl'in, iO 



ofClsrkai 



■-■i- in- l' 



MADAM AKERSTROM'S AS- 
eembly. will take idaco on Monday, June -tth. 
Matam a. baviny 1-ajcd th- rot mi duwiy over iho'C 
tCioiile'l hy her a.t wluicr, will g.vu a urjnd llpcninn 
Pirtv as above. Bern -w uti-bilv meet lis- Ineuut'erl up 
InaslyJeot Ofuiiiesn and comtml, nnd Hi. ;-rn~n,:..'.i.i.i" 

public* " UC " m * C<,D " UU Pl1 * nB8< )--li8i 



CEentral Nouns. 



PLOYMENT.— Johnson, 

■hers, l91La v CBtrect, off-ir pei 

ert p oynao- 1 lo (tenliOie-i of rtspcclibll >y and t 
ijuiLltlCjtltins, to cinvi-s (or Drst-.tata .-tan-i ird tin 



T?MPL 



Fry 



R 



ECIPrC for MAKING LIQUID 



PRHBS AMD TIUBtJNB 
ADVERTISING 3CHELUL& 

Tho foUowing Bu-a the ratea of udvertiBing In thy 

DAILY PRESS AND , Kl tM s - , 

Oae^uiire, tSliaeasntt) ona lanertton * it 

och s-jlmnueijl day, 1(1 «l ■ u, m 

lBi>m..,| 1 .(l l , r . l ."..„.. .... 3 M 

tin,, njouili?, ,-i.n aia., u $ 

' lot uionlh-, -unj -jij,., KM 

oaeyear.... ;;;;; jjjg 

OT A SOufduJ* of Pritu &r „,(,„ ^^ ,;„■ ' asw 

om t» Men it iho Oounlinn Room. 
PT All Tranilant AdvorUiinionti to b« p*ld in Advuac«. 
PT All aliaujtcji obir-ted so oeals pet aqoAre. 
aiTWor invnirsrao i.i wk7i;l» r-n , 
# 1.00 per Square, < «l week, for Orat re 



auction Saiep. 



J-ejr GILBERT & SAMPSON, 

JL-" AutrriosB^aa, Rl Lnko street. 

Furniture, Carpets, Mirrors, &c, 

AT AUCTION. 

Ou TUESDAY, Jutoilh, ..:■>■, (.'clock ws win tall at 

our nuli-rtr i, a, fNo fJ Md;. •<:■■• , h ,' r , , ... ,, 

»f tlio Kiltiiwlkiii i- i,i. 1-, ' 



tlo-. line and Matt. 

L'« -A iirnrn uf i, IU ii .1 M 1,,,,-v-y FrcMil Mlrrorj. 

■ ...tluuit rciorve. lilLaKIlt i iiAM^^O-, 



JL>Y OILUEUT & SAMPaONr- 

Lir,. Cntaljf-uoSilcof 

SlRnor'O. B. Pnndoltlnl ,t IO fren, IL-L r , wo advlsa 

Will djjpoi* i of * ntlL ' mi:a ot "-Wowoi-ni vicinity Uiat lie/ 

AT .nti.ii, 

AT OUIl SALES RllUflf.8. LAKE BTREfET, 
TJwmoi marrntilcenl colloill. n o! alioi-oth 



nbt-d.-.M 



rflWMmirbVal»hMt«^ 
the lr.1 tt itylesof Uoli - m nn Joo i ,|i J in, ,.,,,!, - 1V i-.| .-' , i 
mate, Frorch ohina wan.tvoik Imm ull ,i ivrll, j_. ,|.*,Li 
EHit-iF.il t..ll.-tlL.»-a-e l ri l iic t :til...- ,\. a, |„ ,1 N mi 
peilicllccli-'n will i... loiii.lin.iii V : .rlli !,-■- ,.f' triinilhil ,-,.' 

v.i!i.-i, Sl.lnc-M"' ft »i-u.|-1uff.I i |-i 1,-r ■- 

tli i<1.'.«. inch iu cmi.'i, li.iMr'nv, \ , .';,-. 

Aiu T.'iiii.l I'riyclic. l-'itltl ly ij. i.i in i ii • i - "-,', 

Bbnvo toi'dt) liivi.Juilarrlr.il Itn ■ tui.i. ,, . , ,. ,,■„ 

H,'lecL-il with |;n-at nini liy Myi i.r I'i r' r " , ,c 

MunlO'oi Italy, nmi Mm i.mil immn-. , , : , . .,; y, , , ,,,j 

Vienna.; 

luperbasiortnii'iit of He flnt-t qunl ly of nllctr 
J»,ioiitils(lrii[i f lei ncii-i, n. .in ,,, in. 1", UIicIl 
ui>'. un... d,ies. cailom, wuhricli.ul ln.|tl>i, . . II. o au.l .«» 
urns, f.iil. . sprionnanii Mlla, toyclliir Wllb u hiciii valluly 

Tiicm-i.i ii'uhnv.! never tiW'notTiTed in any oilier rnatket, 
B,n.l :>/ -it ii'Mi- will t.« t .Id n.ilii n-»l,,..i .>.,„'„ 

ItliroiKldmtlv bellevd. 
and i'i -'■■!,! i, leal iiavo nm 
tuudy ut iibtnlnldg arllrlM, 



en iiml (-eii- 
vo brauttiul 
JU-: ,,:„., mui'iiiiiiiiui, 1. 1 1 'i iiuvug me eniii, 
Oitt'ojiueii wdl bu ready on the mOintngof ilicday o( 

ti'ii'lieiiiehascdfor iran-ill will boiifttln'il !u th« 'iliiiri» 
It limn | In l.oitnnlB small uipuO'c. 
.in' -•'-'-• . i ; OILUEKt'itSAMI'aow, Aucl'm. 

DT STAFFORD & SMhDLE\^ 

AUCTIONEERS. 

ON TUESDAY MOItNlNG.Jiinclhe tlh, at HI..M ok 

we will sv |lic iiTcim-u-nou Lnt. ,V,b 10,17, IU at d la ■ 

In lllock N.j.:h,1ii Ji.Iiun.,1,. [(',l,-r' A l . i , Addillnn to 
lUilcmn, lr, nt'iii; un llik-ato nicn -, no f-. i w.gt of 

WclH.trr-it, alllii.; inilMii, K .-, Knh r- 1 , -i |.„. 

provrd.mii now on sain property, em h' •■,; ..f t..,r , -. ..[„, 
*— Hory BulldbKn, Shedf, Ac 



Tli,. 



■ [iM-ii.-ily i 



I by v 



i"l;i 



)we, willed otplrcd un thu l-i div.-f May, I6;u, Mini in 
; atlYylli-|i.yinc.,i. uf Tiire* linMlr-l im.i Tliiiti Tli.cn 
mw [loli.irs, h-ckr.Ji' iniwdni. . nd uii|.-ald, nccudin*; lo 
terms unj coiidllloos of nsld lewe. 

TbOahnveboHiIinicc'in r.m-i n on lliu preioliti, nnd tha 
puichai. T ciu buy.- Im-o of the Kri.unilri at a tale ilbJo 
known nt Ibe lime -.fruk-. 
ri.do ooiilUvtt, IcrrD.iC.fh. 

81'AFKAHD -t BMEDLEY, 

J c4c'U-U , for older gt A- tent of rroperty. 

TjNITED STATES 

FOIl LAKE MICHIGAN, 
AT AUCTION, 

WM. A. BUTTER* 4 C'l. will roll onTHORSDAY, 
Juu*-' Jltt. at I0H o'clock, the VJ, b. hicinj Ur.'djjo f« 
Lnki. »lidilt(an. 

NoappioririailonabavLra heen mule by Contrail (or iba 
main I- i.i. net of ibe U.S. Mum lin- Vc II ill. n ut Ij AS 
wOblcaeo. Inlhc r*r.fili Urarenof lln: lllV'T .tidl.ir* ••- 
mUable f-r . ii-i <i> J.:c'. tin laleol tM« ml- 






..lin.j 



- IhU! 



QLUe. -Hall.. „ 
m icadllv fnrai cent 



JOHN P. PlLSTEL, Hoi -I2C1. Ofilci 



VODNGMBN'S ASSOCIATION. 



nual in-'i'l . 
iiiBketbclr 



',,01t. 



sit, i£6 JK. (,1 ">f' 
. 'lh.-.c inrnitlee".!, 
:v[fo the Charier and Dy'L-' 



ailoii i 



ary vrlllci 



aVharf of tbe besl dlwlpllon, and hi 
(oiVOoal X ne S LutnUr Y.rd. Mg 
Kli.j- \V.k-blcKteu street. mnWiJl- Q> '" 



FOR BElNi-o-, 15th June, 
SaleCliMp two First Clasi BrTcE l*--.."-^.; 
. . ,-^ c J:^J\ , m.-dern xtrle. with good two. lory I 



nodern etrle. wiih good 
aio "-it'ialt* wltblu i«i feil of Ibe i-ake 

l ,,. 1 '„id vi'-w.-fib.' Lite and hr- --■ 
d nrl K hlKirbood, aud accniBalilo 



Uoiae Railroad. Ic 
H.O.iTONE. 



at 



"i^HOME, WITH ITS PLEAS- 

V. ^.r'll. of J..I.-01. .'■-,' Ko.tms rroi.t-vlew of 



nr\Q RENT— Neiv Family Hotel in 

-*" ST. LODII, MO. 

slmM l. . 'lo"»"< '™ , J?.SiKJS'vSi~°S8'o. 



lu the 'f i 
Also'horo olutloncontlnuidoverfromlbelaila.ljour rd 

. c'ini! r. 'i'i riiu- " '■ I. ".-'">.■ I;... m ■ t.- 1. ■ ' cj.t •■r" < un 

r-^rl..^'"--'"''''''-''''-'-!^^- 

f^fi STREET, MiyL.s-"'^ 
SS5W»fti5f iSwitliS. <""• "*""'•"' "" 

;«l»<nl ,n I" ■« ™ "' "* 8 ?f;-EN» iKfyRlW^ 
".^ft ^i ~ 

NOTICE. — All p« -ion',, h .°i*:S 
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theunder.ltntdoti--. . «, th^rtfj fAKWELL, (!k It. 

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Iniiit il ':blcai.<i, a' i-nl.ll. nilcllun I. III.- 1.1 I,' ul i Will ft, OU 
TBUKKli ■. V, the a lei day of June, pioiimo, ^l 111 u 'c )C* 
lnlhoinornlB-i. 

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an excellent doud'e ii'tun enttn« and side ivbielt, with 
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Another Forjjorj-. 

Tho Toledo H^j.lt well exposes smother for- 
gerj which h»S ttfi£iDftt«jd iu the N. V. SeHttd. 
That itmtnnl b.U Said that in n speech in 1S4S 
Ur. Lincoln used the raUoiri»g bugnisej ' 

"If Ithould i rwl ltv« thora i=,f 

blick f«t.i,!. '■ i ..,,,;.., ,., .-vinon Hu'v 

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I prvttti »«-- >h*U n»t ni-iomoor n.f." m™w»> 

to quote, w»f> d«ln*ered oa the ^TTli or July, 
1S+S, after'tfio nonimiHion of Gen. Cuss for the 
Presidency In the course of hia remarks, Mr. 
Lincoln alluded to the cUims of valuable mili- 
tary serrices thou made bv tho Demtiorau for 
Gen. C, »nd after ironically cumparinir the 
same with his own services in the Black llnwk 
war, Mr. Lincoln said : 

"Mr.SpcAker; ltT should tver conclude lo doff what- 
ever our Dtm.vr.ui, i r. v.i.l .. .!„iv ««.(*». ih'reUothUicfcl 
cockade Fiderali'iO about ui>\ and iWoupon ih>-y snail 
iskome upislheircndl.iMt' tor ii> Prc:ldfnry, Icrotea- 
they Shall MI mis* Pin ft ma, .u ihry hatmfCt; Oiu, 0!/ 
., . ..-.■■■■■,.■ ,.i If ibny hero," 

The words in italics, so essential to « come 1 
understanding of Mr. Lincoln's language, are 
entirely omitted by the Herald, and he is made 
to say "just what nc did not say. Ho ia do 
" black-cockado Federalist," though he is to 
succeed one in oflice. 



Iflr. Everett Accent*". 

Mr. Everett has nt last definitely accepted the 
honor of the Baltimore nomination, and will 
run as the candidate for the Vice Presidency of 
the National Union party. At present it seems 
probable that in till the Free States at least, 
that ticket will receive very few votes which 
would not otherwise be Riven to the Democratic 
candidates. Certainly no otto who desires a 
reform in the extravagance and corruption of 
the Government, which can only bo achieved 
by turniug the Democratic party out of power, 
will waste Ins rote by casting it for such hope- 
less champions as the National Union candi- 
dates— y. 1'. Tribune. 



Tiic Fight for Utc CluunpIananJpa 

TQE HNAL TRKATt OS TEACB AND COXCOB.D. 
[From ihe London Tiaici, May 19.] 
Yesterday afternoon Tom Payers and J. C. 
Heenan, the Benicin Hoy, accompanied by their 
respectire bockt-n*, met at the office of tho ra- 
fyrce,( Bell't Life,) in the Strand, with a view 
of determining" whether or not some definite 
arrangement could be come to, so as to settle 
the long vexed question can? edjfey the unsatisfac- 
tory termination of the tight between these two 
men for the Championship, on the 17th ult.,who 
was entitled to hold the belt. Both Sayers and 
lieenan have expressed their opinion that they 
were entitled 1o tho honor, lieenan declaring 
that he fought for it and won it, and Tom aver- 
ring that he fought to retain possession 
of it, and did not lose it. However' 
it is admitted on nil sides that both 
men shotted indomitable spirit and pluck, 
and that each did his best to become 
the victor. Shortly after twelve o'clock Tom 
Sayers arrived at the Bell'* Life office, accom- 
panied by his friend Mr. Penned, and otheis. 
Tom was followed soon after by his gallant op- 
ponent, the " Boy, " having also a number of 
irieods with him. including McDonald. Pre- 
liminaries"having been arranged, a long discus- 
sion ensued, though in the mo ft friendly spirit , 
during which both men defended the course 
they had pursued since the memorable contest 
with regard to the claims the one had to con- 
tinue to hold the belt, aod the other to demand 
possession of it. Various proposals were made, 
discussed, amended and n-jected, but ultimate- 
ly an arrangement was coine to which appa- 
rently gave satisfaction to the chief parlies 
concerned, aod, it is to be hoped, will be equally 
satisfactory to all other persons who 
have an interest in the affair. The follow- 
ing are the heads of the arrangement, end 
- ■■■ i eb were signed by the principals: In the 
&I*. , both Tom Sajers and the Benicia Boy are 
euoU tu have a belt. These belts, we under- 
stand, are to be equal in ovary point ol value and 
magnificence to " the belt " itself, aod the coat 
of their manufacture will be defrayed by public 
subscription. It was also positively decided 
that Tom Sayers should never enter the ring 
again. The most importantquestion which was 
settled by this agreement was that which affect- 
ed the disposal of" the Champion's Belt." This 
is to remain open ; or, to use the words of a 
celebrated member of the P. II , "' tho belt is to 
remain where it is." The result is that the com- 
petition for the Chumpion's Belt will he open to 
any two oi the fancy who are game enough to 
enter the lists; but it is not at all improbable 
that the gallant Benicia Boy will use every en- 
deavor in hia power to get the prize into his 
possession. 



Lincoln and Hamlin nt i lie Masthead. 

The schooner Experiment, Capt. H.M.Brown, 
came into port lust Saturday afternoon with a 
flag waving at her mast head, on which was 
inscribed the names of Lincoln and Humlin, 
The shameful neglect of the Democratic party 
to keep our harbors in decent repair, thereby 
involving the loss of many precious Hvcb and 
much valuable property annually, has had a 
tendency to direct the votes of seafaring men 
in favor of a policy and u party which will 
benefit them sooner or later. — St. Joseph Tra- 
veller, May iSOtlt. 



Gov. Reedch. — This distinguished and true- 
hearted Republican spent yesterday and a part 
of the day belore in this city, while on his way 
to Kansas, He has spent several days in Penn- 
sylvania since the Chicago Conventiod, and ex- 
presses nndoubtiog confidence that the Key- 
stone State will cast her twenty-seven electoral 
Totes for Lincoln and Hamlin, whether Douglas 
be nominated or not. The nomination of our 
candidates ia everywhere received with the 
greatest enthusiasm, and the entire elements of 
the Republican party are united in his support. 
Dt-troU Ad per titer. 



ot ouepart of Ihe world, to supply the wants of 
another. In the next place, it indicates that 
men have learned tln.t gold nlotio don't pay 
Again, it sntislies ns bettor than a son page no'v" 
el.thnt wouion will alivuvs he found ready to do 
am thing which willemihh- her to .li S ehnri;c her 
duties in life. Fifteen girls undertake a loiu- 
journevwith hut three men to engineer theni 
through, aod all, to bucome the wives of the 
dlmjersjibut tho idea cannot be amplified or cm. 
boUishcd; we leave it to notice the erownin* 
suBKestmus. namely; the mo« unselfish benev- 
S"jBg% QJjueJb^ajaiaL tthn. fixe lhajmlu^nc" 
fenug lillows, undertake to transport each five 
girls. 0, the labor and vexatuo, the confusion 
of band boxes, traveling baskets, fans, glove?, 
magazines, bonnets, orancen, and— hut we 
pause. This is truly a "tabor • love," and if 
we mistake not there will be of trl ready to 
rush into the field, excited by siv : dariug pre- 
cedents. But all goods and war i nro sulject 
to loss by transportation, and wi knot's that 
the fifteen girls will holdout coitu'., when deliv- 
ered. There may ho but twelve at ■ a*t. — San- 
dusky Bey. 



THE CITY. 

G.uiiiRNEns' Meeting. — Tho Clnctig> Garden- 
ers' Society hold their regular monthly meeting 
this Monday evening, June 4tb, at their l- all in 
Metropolitan block. 

Recorder's Coubt. — The regular bit" ' thly 
term of the Recorder's Court opens i-.iy, 
Monday. Tho docket is a comparatively light 



Needs Looking To. — We learn from a reliable 
source that some butcher has been recently 
dumping the filth aud offal of bis slaughter 
house into the river near its mouth. It will not 
answer to allow the practice to bo repeated. 



A Chicago Otkhator in Thouble.— A chap 
named Gilbert Newton, hailing from Chicago, 
has been held to bail in $'200. in Dupage Co., on 
thecharge of stealing a horse from Augustus 
McKellops who resides east of the Big Woods. 

Hoops. — An original theme is that of hoops, 
one on which the wits never fail to find some- 
thing rich and racy. It is, however, our plain> 
prosy purpose to say that the latest styles are 
to be found at T. B. Carter's, No. 130 Lake 
stroet, and withal the quality is excellent. 



The New Gymnasium. — The new and spacious 
Gymnasium in Kingsbury Block, the largest 
and best appointed in the United States, will 
be opened in a free exhibition this evening. 
Messrs. Babcock - & Curtis will furnish free 
tickets to their friends on application at the 
Hall. 



Continued. — The two mep, Harrison and 
Jack, under arrest for forging grain receipts on 
Randolph Jo Tucker to the amount of -$1,500, 
were under examination on Saturday before 
Justices Milliken and Hoisington. Held to bail 
in $1,000 each. 



Owners Wanted, — The following property 
supposed to bo st den, is at the Armory await- 
ing identification : - Boy's cap, worn, black 
cloth, cut Glengary fashion ; bine cloth cap, 
blue cloth peak, patent seamless cap, very little 
worn; gent's ivory top cane, silver ring plated 
gold, very heavy wood mottled red aud black ; 
new umbrella rattan ribs bone handle scroll 
pattern. ' 

National Denoui national Convention.— The 
annual National Convention of the New Jerusa- 
lem Church of the United States will be held in 
this city on Wednesday, Hie 20th Inst., to con- 
liane in session four days. The session of 1350 
was held at Philadelphia. The body is made 
up of clergy and lay delegates, and the coming 
will be of much interest aod importance. 



To Horsb. — Some of our live Republicans are 

agitating the subject of n horse company, simi- 
lar in its organization to the Wide Awake Clubs 
which have spread so rapidly throughout the 
country; we are informed that a meeting will 
ba called early next week to organize, and are 
requested to invite all Republicans who are in- 
terested in the mattter to be on hand at the call. 



A Passage at Aesis. — An attorney named 
Rountree was arrested on Saturday for an as 
sault vi it arniM andgwilh a cane, on the person 
and physical territory of a Lake street jeweler, 
on Saturday forenoon. The oflair took place on 
Clark street, opposite the Court House, and 
grew out of a dispute a,bout an article the assail- 
ing party claimed to have left with the other for 
repairs, which was denied, Hence the row. 



XZrT" We extract from a private letter from a 
well informed gentleman in Washington, the 
following : 

"The Chicago nomination takes here won- 
derfully, especially among the Pennsylvanians. 
The general and decided inanrc s-ion is, that Mr. 
Lincoln will be the next President. Leading 
Democrats in Washington say that their parly 
has gone up!" — Cincinnati Qommtrcial. 



Dieo while Dancing — A young man nam- 
ed Frank Stanhope attended a dance, in Con- 
way, Mais., a few evening* since, and while 
dancing and playing a flute at tbe same time 
fell dead upon the floor. Tho selectmen sus- 
pected fouf work and had his body disinterred, 
wben it was found an artery had broken m ar 
the top of tbe head, which probably caused his 
forth.— Springfield litpullican, May 2U, 



Late Cars.— Whether or no the late carg 
tend to increase (he observance of late hours 
in this community, the 11:30 P. M. car has a 
charm for the weary ones whom it helps home- 
ward, and not unfrequently these cars carry 
good loads. A great change since the omni- 
busses stopped running at the stroke of nino_ 
The concert goers, and all proprietors of eve- 
ning entertainments, are the gainers, and tho 
city Railway Company no losers thereby. 

Melancuolt Accident. — We are pained to 
learn that on Friday evening, about six. o'clock 
Micbrel Conner, a boy about ten years of age, 
tell from a mud scow into the river, at the foot 
of Maxwell street, about two blocks south of 
Twelfth street, and was drowned. Hts'body 
was recovered on Saturday morning about half 
past nine. His mother is a widow, living ntll9 
Furquhar street, between Jefferson and Clinton, 
and has three other children living, two older 
and one younger. Coroner James hold an in- 
quest, 



rule. Tt is to comprise a richly stocked Bazaar 
a superb Floral exhibition, and a choice gallerv 
of Oil Pointings. During the ereninga, concert"* 
—vocal and instrumental— wilt bointorgpersed, 
with Tableaux. Neither of these features will 
bo allowed to fail, or fall below the standard of 
high excellence. It will bo a novel aud beauti- 
ful series of attractions, in aid of a very worthy 
and noble object. The sisters of tho Holy Cross 
;--Tljct the affair, tl-:r skill and (tnpcr-isr>n 
of many orotirweii Known citv/eriB. *-«*«'■'»- 

Playing with a Locomotive. — At Aurora, a 
day or two since, two euginos ready firetl up 
were waiting to be attached to a freight train of 
the C., B. & Q. R. R. The engineer on tho fore- 
most machine loft her for a minute, when a 
chap, employed about the depot, thought tho 
opportunity a good one for a brief excursion. 
He had bad no experience whatever with an 
engine, hut knew, enough to pull tho starting 
lever, and c£T went the machine, up the track. 
A minute later and the whistle of nn approach- 
ing train was heard. The green-horn lost his 
presence of mind and forgot, if he ever knew, 
what to do in the crisis. Finally his frantic ef- 
forts had the result of reversing Ihc machine, 
and then he leaped oil aud " took to the bush." 
The locomotive, freod from nil control, came 
backing down under a full head of steam, and 
not very tenderly hutted its tender into its late 
companion on tbe track, knocking both ma- 
chines ioto the repair shop, for a time at least. 
The author ol'lhe folly is believed to be running 
yet, out towards Central Iowa, whither he was 
headed when last seen. 



The United States Express Co. is New 
Quarters. — We noticed on Saturday that tho 
United States Express Company were taking 
possession 'of their ncwund commodious quar- 
ters at No. 130 Lake streqt, tho same extending 
back tonn L. withaJYont at No. 'JO South Clark 
street. The enterprising and flourishing com- 
pany will thus be most admirably well located 
for the transaction of their increasing aud 
immense business. The Clark street front will 
be the Freight Department, leaving the princi- 
pal entrance on Lake street for the lighter and 
most numerous classes of Express business. — 
H. D. Colvin, E?q., tho company's agent in this 
city, could not have made a selection of premi- 
ses, in all the city, better calculated to subserve 
the interests of the corporation he represents. 

Children's Books.— Mr. William Tomlinson, 
children's book seller at No. 91 Randolph street, 
has just received three admirable little vol- 
umes just issued by Uenry Hnyt, of No. Ii Corn 
hill, Boston, who is delighting thousands o 
young American readers with his issues. Thes e 
late volumes are the '■ Old Red House," "Ellen 
Dscre" and the "Way to' the Pit." He has also 
"John Ellard, the Newsboy," a neat volume 
from the press of the Messrs.- Hartien, Phila- 
delphia. Wo advise all in search of volumes 
to please or instruct childish taste, to drop in 
at HI Randolph street. 

The New Partner.— James Duffy, at his new 

cigar utoro, No. 37 Sonlh Olork etroot, has token 

a new "silent" partner ; but the silence of the 
new comer is what Sam Wellerwould call "wer- 
rv expressive, oh, werry, indeed." The figure 
is that of Punch himself, admirably carved.'and 
as gay as paint and gilding can- make him. 
There is a " sweetness of expression" in bis fea- 
tures, and such allurement in his eye, that we 
imagine the choice Havanas at No. 37, will go 
oft'like hot cr.kes under the influence and aus- 
pices of the litile man in green, with a hump on 
his hack. Go and see him. Crowds paused to 
smile at and admire hirn^on Saturday. He held 
a sidewalk levee all day long. 



Deserves Investigation. — A stranger who 
arrived in this city on Saturday last from Key 
West, was on Saturday night enticed into an 
alley leading from Clark to Dearborn street, 
nadin the vicinity of Mat. Conley s Interna- 
tional Restaurant, aud " then and there" mur- 
dered. The general inquiry will be for steaks 
and plates of soup us a sequence to this affair. 
The victim's name was C. Turtle. 



Larceny of a Cow. — On Friday night last 
John Keller was arrested for stealing a cow, the 
property of one Wm. White. He was found 
by the police, driving the oow in the West Di- 
vision, and claimed it as his own property, but 
it was subsequently identified by the rightful 
owner, and Keller was committed to jail to 
await trial in default of §300 bail. 



Litkr.vlly SuPERioa. — That excellent artist, 
E. Whitefield, showed us on Saturday two «u- 
pcrwr views taken in the Superior river, New 
Carp river, Mount Houghton and Lac LaBelle. 
He has also in preparation a new view of the 
city of Chicago. 

Unlucky Shopping. — One Mary Smith had 
the good sense to go to Palmer's for dry goods, 
but the weak morality of trying to obtain her 
goods without purohaso. She was detected in 
the act of secreting some small articles under 
her shawl. 



Will you allow mo to call tho attention of Ihoeo 
Who have tho care of our Harbor, to the danger 
of injury thereto by the dumping of eorth into 
the lake, in proximity to tho channel. I have 
recently observed many scows discharging their 
loads in places where the material will be very 
likely to lind its way into Iho channel, which 
has no water to spare. It La worthy of inquiry 
whether any such deposits ought to be allowed 

regular meeting of this Club will beheld this 
(Monday) evening, in the North Committee 
Room of the Wigwam. All interested in the 
success of the nominees (Lincoln and Hamlin,) 
nro cordially invited to he present. A hew 
Exeoutivo Committee is to he elected, and sev- 
eral interesting addresses may be expected. 
Petkr Pa«e, President. 
Chicago, June 4th, 13G0. 

Can Wb not Have A Monster Concert? — Tbe 
Pf tie and Tribunt ; makes an excellent musical 
suggestion this morning, which we heartily 
second. It is that the various bands and musi- 
cal societies and amateurs combine into one 
grand whole and give a musical entertainment 
in the Wigwam. The thing is an eaBy possibil- 
ity. With such vocalists as Mrs. Bostwisk, Mrs. 
Matleson, Messrs. De I'osBio, the Lumbard 
Brothers, Johnson and others whose names do 
not occur to us now ; with such solojierfnriners 
as Mrs. Bandt. Mrs. De Pclurcm, Miss Tilhng- 
hast, Becker, De Clorquo, Meluiw, Staab and a 
host of others, combined witb the Light Guard, 
Great Western and Great Union Bands in or- 
chestra, a concert could be organized which 
would draw together an immense concourse of 
people and prove a splendid success. Will not 
our musical friends take immediate steps in the 
matter? They will receive a hearty encourage- 
ment at tho bands and purses of thousands of 
our music loving citizens. — Journal. . 



LOCAL MATTERS. 



^5^" Go to John Joues. 113 Dearborn Btreei 
and get your clothes cleaned and repaired. 
They will be well done and at price-a to suit the 
times. 

Stewart's Stoves. — A new supply of these 
excellent Cooking .Stoves are just received by 
C. Metz, ISO Lake street. 

junl-7t 

EgT Superior Sherry and Madiera Wines, 
old Rye Whisky, old Bourbon Whisky and old 
Brandies, unequalled in quality and genuine, 
can bo'found at Stanton's, No. 4S Clnrk street. 



Removal. — Tha Chicago Religious Book and 
Tract Depository has removed to 170 South 
Clark street, the most complete assortment of 
religious books iu tho Northwest. 
■ el 9t Wm. G. Holmes. 



Pikes Peakehs— Pfakehs Pikers— An idea, 
for which we charge nothing but the profit on 
our goods. We are informed by those who 
know that there is not on sale a Kerosene Lamp 
or a drop of Coal Oil beyond St. Josephs. Now 
those who wish to make or save tbe Dutchnlau's 
10 per cent, are sure to do it by buying of us, at 
wholesale prices, some Kerosene Lumps and 
Oil. Tallow dips, and poor at that, are sold at 
the Peak for?1.25 per pound. 

Fur further information, call at the Lamp and 
Oil Emporium, 122 Clark street, between Wash- 
ington and Madison. ' my30 12t 

Removal. — Leland h Mixer have removed 
their oflico and sample room to lag South Wn. 
ter street. Pork house', Flanders Block, oppo- 
site Michigan Central Depot. nilU-lm 



News.— MeBsrs. Norris <fc Hyde, at No. 100 

Dearborn Street, have all the late papers and 
magazines. Boston, New York aud the leading 
cities are represented on their well supplied 
counters. 



The Weatbeiu— A series of fine showers 
passed over this city on Saturday with thunder 
and lightning. 





M A K 


IUED. 




In Addl 

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00, Dupage cc 
. JOHN F. Ml 


untv, Illinois, by Rev. B. U. 
'£R ono Mlia MARY ANN 


DIED. 


June Id, 


w-ALTERV.,0 

Irom lh=tr rc;Id 
unday, June 3d, 
ctaare invited to 
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Ity J. Mo 
Funeral 

dequolntai 

At Cblo 
OARET, 
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encc, No. Sx.a South Clinton 

at3oclockP.M. Frlendsand 

attend. 

B*0, of Consumptlor, MAR 

c, Scotland, aged S3 years. 



8ETOXHO MACHINES. 



At tbe lAto rj, 8. Fair at Chicago the i„ hV< 
this Machine tho Flits I ri;i-..un\i ,,.*;, ,V "J, M 

' bvtblk 



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dune* wl>i>n shim,?,! „ro hosted with "'VtSjWs;''''*. Ua- 

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TNSTTRANCE. 

IFire, Marine a.ii<I Ufe. 
SPEINGFIELD F. & M. INI CO., 

OF SPRINGFiELD, MASS. 
Capital and Surplus j«8,«17.i0 

MASSAS0IT FIRE INS. CO., 

OF SPRINGFIELD, MAPS. 
Capital and Surplus * .sa^lMLca 

E0PE FIRE INS, CO.,! 

OF HKW YORK. 
Capital nad Surplus J #lie.M6.S) 

HANOVER FIRE INS. CO., 

OF NEW YORK. 

0»pItalMdSurplui .•^.MH.BW.T 

KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INS. CO., 

OF NEW YORK. 
Capital aod Surplu" • : ..-.,J2S4,3S!U» 

No. 1 Bole's Building, cor. South Water aa-i Ojufe Btteela. 
[deM bSSJ-Sai lat p] 

E M O V A L , 

UHir JND OIL EIIPOBIKI, 

FHOM 126 TO 

122 - - - - Clark Street 122 

(Two Doors North or tho Old SUnd,} 
Tbe demand for 

Downer's Celebrated Boston Kerosene 

NEW KEROSENE LAMPS, 
Hotfo oblige uh to remove to larger quartern. 
Z37ThG Trads supplied at a moderate advance over 
Eastern rul C3. 

fo9b533-4 inletp 



BILL HEADS. 

s hive on hand' a larc luniurr n* nin n j „ 

vrhlca weW7rintVord?r Be ** Foper - 
AT LOW RATES, 

Dunlop, Sewell & Spalding, 

JOK PRINTER?, 

15 Late HtieeU i^ 

■■•'; i Jc4c60S-lt 



ROSEHILL CKMKTKRY. 
A BPEOtAL TRAIN WILL LEAVE THE 



LOST. — A Note, of which iu<> %A 
lowing 1b a ropy : 



i?r-'ivii|. w 



__ ._, ILL!. 

iflcrda'e wcjirin'lt qm.1 e>'VtT*i!r promos to 
l'Mi,..roriltr, Mi Ttmu ■ -nid Dollars, laluo 
riii'c?* nt t ivo per i.iii,t,,m prr annum, pJV- 

d day of Nov>:iub-r ot e.idi and every year, 

until matutity. a. r. KATUN, 

I [aigoed,] E. E* TON, 

PIIlnEAS O.EATON. 
The [.n-illc l-i hereby e.iut lorod accost purchising above 

watd will te paid to aay n'r- 
tuto G&O. T. AitUa*, ISO 

J li c509-ot 



JUwinn— T*n lif-lbr' 
eon wh. will deliver sad i 
Lako tUevl. 



POSTERS in one or many colors 
at PRESi AND T R1BTJN ' Or PICE, 



■J No. B05 Wab„nav 
^° " m - Apply li 



r ro 



RENT- 



ADOCKl05lt.r,« 

'o* lbmu«b to 



n MtrtUt ii and ' p~ Tk *iitiw'«u* 
- M! " ■= str-?et. nnJicjgnm 

T° R I1 T — ()n ^ohigah av tnu c, 

SkKsSSSSiS*"" ' 



To 



~-i.nw tin., up 

HUNT— BrST 



TO 
801 



RENT.— A 

South Dratir.l], 107 feci front 



Wharfing Lot on 



^ F-D, 97 Wiishlngton al 



st <II<crlptlon, and la 

■T Y^rd. Apply to 

mhMbST* t)y 10 



1 SaleCh^p, two First Clasj It-TcK u"^,^^!. 



™ithe""d iwostoryh 



_, ...ihhed in m^lern etrle. 
n. MtM.iit win, in 1 mi factor [!, tf L ake,o.. _.. 
•ndid tfli-w of ill..- L'lko urid liili.r i,..d furroundln 
,, iirlil.'.rli'JO't, and .i;te.«jtla tu llor=e Kallro.ut. 



roiradllvr,.r!l-.^nt-. 1 .rr r.,, lt i„ ,. „„ ,.' r ''^'"whlch sdl 
T^U want lom.k.n, .n-vtr, th 9 K-elDe -i n . T" 1 " 
f. ^ o ..d,» J OH«P.»LSfEL, , ^ ? "j;Sgg 

T°.?Jf s M1SN 'S ASSOCIATION 

• tloowill liaitld. 1 ': r « ,,f e "' «h tf l^.jrc Men* Assoc". 
S,lurdavcvonlngni'iMh5.^?. rir »s. :' I'o.ilartl ll.i.ck, ■ ,"n 
foie fllglit O'clock. The c mmlllcVlf J'in<', Kl a qn.rlor ha- 
misiltnecllrjt UircTlnj thcChiirter snd fly-d =• 'he I ,.tnn 



mnkelticlrrepoit. 



■uffle.j ui thoSfcr.' r. v_ 



fore tho mecUn^ lunLi n 
ffomihclajiadjour 

., —3 'r...-ur«:.i.nnrl« 0e.I1 
IU 11. liflW.^L'vMi.fl-r.vs., 



AKE STREET WILLS— ON 



A 



HOME, WITH ITS PLEAS- 

uresaBJ roniforta em he otlalncd for 



dress P. O. Br 



.r .li'k.on 
iT'.pl'.-. :>u 
: 351<i. 



grntlemnn 
lencc, aan nom.ou Wabash 
reel. Rooms front— view of 
unr-icchtiObablQ hOird. Ad- 
j,4i-!t 



R 



G^i 



VICTORIA BRIDSE 

in BlrucluTO, nearly two 
world) ereci'-'i ucmaUii: 



^40. 



$35, 835, $35, $40, $40, 

L. CORN'ELI, i CO'S L»e Improved 

Double Lock Tight Fust Milch. 

WAKKANTED to give as Rood BatlsfMllon ns the 
lilifhv-t mice.l in miik.t. M^k.- the eiihc flltih as tbe 
tVZn Micijlni";; aie inrte.9i:l in..i..a nn-ler the H'lD, iet 
fliit la I he tub .<■, iin.'ei ited ^tr:i<Kli< uceilie, h. w Irjiu coui- 
mou spools. Irom 4 t., h!( s'iirt,a (0 ibe Inih. lttirf 
VfcRY tdSY and M.M1.1 X SO ^ELK^, nea'ly flu- 
I-hed, anoTwlJl ^t'lTL'li. ii EM. r ELb. 1 DOKi UATU- 
EK, QUILT and KJIBHOIDER. 

Thi.'V nave KLI'EAIEIH V Ml: .e HI'lirEST PRE- 

MIC MS. Out o( over <t.OOU already in conitont use, wo 
have had no O'-casn" iy BO out and put oie in order. 
Tbev wort aiioces; fully in eveiyihlng.-rrom tbe lluo.t 
Musllna to heavy I'owlilue. '1 lie two inachlnci rtlner 
only In the ll-ni; li of utin 1.1nl nn.. e:i-i!v leiined from 
the full i.rii.ti- j iiitrncli..!^. ainmncs ■■!" Sewlnj., Olrcutar, 
aod Cuts sen' on r.-e-l.t of stinuii. We are sol-.' n^.t's 
here for the UNIVERSAL llI01Mt.1t ir,d ..U/«QE, 
a.ijuat.ble to all thkitiefees ot tlo.h and ad widths of 
hem; wulhcmover scams .'O-l fclH. and cnu eas.ly bu at- 
tached toary ffewinp Machine. Price (5. 
large Discounts! to tlieTrado t Aeoois, 
mid C'crcy. 

tW/K^a'-i wni.ttil ei-i.-rj-wh- tc. Come nod ECO ua at 
13 l Lute hlrett,or add ■:..-:, I, iMknbU * CO.. 

Jel Post UUlte hot 3982, Chicago, Illiaols. 



;ihat 

OP EN. This Irarueusc 
anlealB IcSKth, (the longest la t. 

LlEVEH ST. IAWBENCE 

AtMonlroil.ata cost of Six and a half Millions of D^I 
hire, to col mact the KLsteru and Waslttn divlsiouB of U16 

Grand Trunk Railway 

OP CANADA, 

In cow op an for public trnfllc. This road, of aeaily 1,100 

miles lu length, l^ operated under 

ONE MAJSAGKMKNT FROU DETttulT, HICH., TO 

POBTLASD, ilE. 

And there Is onlyj 

j wis OHArcaa ot oahs 

From Ohl k*o or the Mlisli^lppi River to Portland, or Bos- 

b-,i, (j.j , ii;.. -j nid iii.-si ..-■!. .1 ij'.-ijI r-'U't- fur trjivll-twecD 
theVouUi ,V Vi'e-t anil i.':ui:"1ii und K>'w hi piand. I'ajaeagers 
nndfrelKbl honfeed itir<-Ui.'hionJl r.artj ■>( Canadu and the 
Mew Bog] aod StateJ,ul^u t... nod from 

Chicago and Liverpool 

And the Cool.rjt-iil ■.:" Euroji", nt r.ir,.- .mwi r.^uepj m«s 
bv the only rrcnn: wtkiy I'm.' or iMTED STATES 
AMD EUi'.OPEAN MAIL hTEAMEItS, salllOfr from 
1'orUand every Saturday, and from Liverpool every Wed- 
D'^-'lav ttiri.ii cli. nt 1 1,.. j v ar. I.'i lurther i.nrtli.uljr- ;t t> | ■ I >- to 
WALiliK SHAKLV.il.Ter.il M ull1l: ei, Montreal. 

JAS. WARRA.0K, i.-n'l Western Agant, 
No. 13 Lake streect, 
dlylepE Under the Adams House, Chlcngo. 

UXAiVllNKTHK HOLrTTSEW- 
Hj lnq machine, 

AT 166 LASS STRSBT 

J0EJVTS WJJVTBD, 

ADDRESS BOX US. 



pOR SALEI 
Flour, Feed and Commission Store! 






.[.ncvaif Ili.'ntwUa IroadDep'-.t 
ui, (.Ti-U'li-.' 1.-I tor lite laslsev, i, 
'..■ iropreior belli.' cr.ti^eil In 
r-ini of 1-uiif d mt.ir:* :i line op. 
.'.-. urini; ..u ui .:! in y lei ma one 
ids In the oltv. Apply on vhe 
...... j .M--i-j! 



CHANGE OF TIME and Chauge 
. of PASSE -JQER OFFIOE. 
Jtlith, Soutlurn and J, a he Shore It.lt, 

Onand alter June 3d, trains w II leave Chlcigj at 7.31 
a.m nndSp.m. Tilling arrive at 8 a.m and 8p m. Pa-sen- 

E-rotll «■ r.. .,..-.-.. 11 r.u Kevtre 1 oust 1... Kr.udl Oflltt, CJ 
eat Hrn stieDt. GEU. M. OKAY, Agent. 



300,000 



Genuine NANSE- 



10,000 for $10 00. 
6*1100 « G 25. 

3,000 *« 4 50. 

o.inl ILe tiin well pi' U. d. Addl 
fi;W« WAThi 



'X'O RENT— New Family Hotel in 
st. mil., mo. 

Wlnated In a d<«IriiMo loci! ity 0' Iho city, on corner cf 
Twi-lftliand Olive 5tn>et«, ne^rtne Ml-.ourl turk.nti'l on 
the Hue of thailllm street Hone <J;.r-. The li'mso luntilni 
about* xtv ro(i>iH,r.iidIiiuppllod ivllh t,iw. Water, Delia, 
tufv I:.jo ii-. P.initici, olo". 

To a responsible teniol, able tf> keep n flrst-clfls) fiimlly 
•■■' -5ryfjv01r1l.il' I en si; will do crjulod. 



For In 
to.f il|> . 
...f l,.itl;u > 



E. Y 



!r',( 



-.etc., a 

S. H. LAPLIN, E;n..of tl 



jfor Sale. 



FOR SALE.— Two Colts, 4 years 
ol". will he told cheap. Apply to OEo. E. CONQ- 

JjON, 32 Lake ,irtet, upstairs- my93 I wi 



de or m . 

eilv.re-J.n 



"l ' " ,' 



".Is, Ch'cmo Jlllnoli 



n .ha mornl';. C a,Bld » y of Jun =. piwi^Vl U ? J 



bucki 

raiiloKtwoth' 
nt-airi nine Ine; 
•HWr.tliiTK.r ii, f . 



.utile H-am f„„ M 
woik-d by cortleu (bain, M. 

i-Ulik aM* per rj a , 

n «ood order, nud i 



prevloiuloiherale. Is » e il ju 
ania'pu teaaiittiforicady ». 

AtthegoroitlnuBndplac* « 
dedc-d.aodaqujnlty or too; a 

Terms— ijnjii insptcle. fj 

mj^fcfi^el. Sap'Ce Eogloc 



f-T F- KMCFK, ■ 

GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 

Ifi, 43 &50 DEARBORN STREET, 

Directly oppoJltelhcTreincnt Room. 



hii'ENs & yonrtig. 



"NOTICE. — A 

the onder.'ien"t5 , o n i , i. < ^.^ 
Chloaco, May Md, 1SC0. 



pe^iorn hoUline 

untv w :i Sle^',; 'i,™,?^!i' l J 
*$£§l riEWSLL.Gltok, ' 

myiit-tiMd 



CALUMET ICK.- 
Ifive orders forlcolsw.il: 

W ...ii. ........ WUI.r.l.t i-..'n. u ill.- ■. 

<,.,.]. .-I'. 1'.. tOfllc.i Thcv.-Mii- 
They have enough of ] — 

.i....^, i; . • 



-Clie place 

\~ "RtdWnpM' 
h> a WRjonloTe 



to 






'!■. ■ 



i,. ■.-;-.■■■ 109-Ll 



j llthy 



F 



FFIOE OF CHICAGO, BUR- 

LISQTON & QDIMCY «.K.CO. 

CK)*oo,Uay;o, l'-'O. 
TO STOCKHOLDERS t-Noilto e hereby iilvontbat n 

MoL'itnu of I In. St- .:.sln..|.!oiS"i'ilie C-ic:i:'>, llmlP ::'on .i"'l 
Qulney Ui.l.i.m.l l;,ininny will to --II m l he oil), not lh- 
Cotapany InChicico, Ullnoli', on f-d.iy, tho a*l flay of 
JiiDetieit, ht II o'clock In the i. rer-oon, l«r th" purpose 
or el.'ttnis Ulredornf.ir ll.t cusiili^ yi-nr iiri-1 Mm ir.nn:,c 
tl.-.rn-.t :.,, ..tr.vri. iili,..<i lli-t may In. .iH-iulIted to lho 
lU'-Cllns; lly orJer o! the L:....r.l ..f D.r.tioi* 
myiJcsWtd AMOS T. HALL. Sfr'y. 



r_rELMBOLI)S GENUINE fKE- 

1 I PAItATI N. 

Ill' LM110LKS nr-C^ir i,-. r tl.e ..i-dr3<r. 
HfcLMnul.H'S Ilii.'IIU lor tie KMntya. 
IH..I.MIUU i.-s Itl'ci!" f-rlhe Ur.v.l. 



- |irjn ■■ of iheSkln. 
r Eruptlonf 



R 



OR SALE — A first cla38 residence 

if land. In Wright's Grove, ne« tho 

i . , ir.. ..■ II, i, u l- l: .-■ 1' fi k" X . 



wlththi 
SMaiOnlc'j 



FOR SALE— A Bank located in the 
Northern part of Wisconsin, with a. circulation of 

■V'...ut i'-j I.-". -... 'ite'J bv .SL-itf Sto. '.-. - cllitii par.lC' £> 
" Pcik. AddrtiS box lilt. I Cblcigo post of. 



"■ -, 



BULEKOOK 4 WAPSWOItTn, 



Gf 



T) B.COOK &CO.'S 
CITY DIRECTORY 

FOR I860, 

Tho canvass for this wort will b^ comnlated this 
week, and ai tho cotnplla 1m In fir advaiced tho 
aheels will bo In tie hlLdsttt the printer eurly oeil week. 
All persons who P ,vu ch:ii.ij.-a their pluces of reiiJen.'o or 

buimeis slneo May lib tnst., w.,u'd d.» wall tn call ut 
the ulBoc.lU Lv'e arEO.it.and uft»o tail oeoouary c-rrcctiona 
mfldnai ouce, or 11 will he to 5 lato t.ir '»-nlar lnseilloo. 
F.rt'e- I'.teiiPr.g :o odvc-i ■.-(. jr, i ., ■ ■.».-■■.: ,; . fe.iuea'e-1 i j 
eoiidlnth' cipyeirly. Tho cinolie o desires to Impress 
upon tbe tklfluBof the p trotis of the work tbe »ii3-lute at- 
ccialtr ola prompt a-'eiitkn to thla notice, The liinienie 
number oi chanies ivhlcli have t. ken pi.ie> during tho yc:ir 
makelt apubllc no aslty mat the wurk .hould tie Issued 
at us early u day J J r.n.i.-Wlu— .:s. I , uly i.o 1 Liter 111 an Juuo 
a&tli. T. II.IUi.l'l\,vC.| ,i'„iiipllcr.-, 

JaicJ*i-10t City Directory Mill.;.;, Ill Lake Street. 



1200 



Half Chests T. II. TEA, 

to stare Bad lor sale at ler.s than N. V, 
i.i.l :...'L.lo.., ELY A: L'O. 



NIl'ED STATES MAIL.— 

Only "Weekly Line to 

COUK, LIVER POOIt, 

. Britain and the ConU 
Gtown, iCorlt) Ireland. 
TUB ITIONTI* EAI* Ifl&IIL. 

Ocean Steamship CompaDy^ 

nfinlncotanecUn 
JNK RAILWA"' ' 

every Saturday from rurtlan.l, currying lae uuita 6latei 
anil Canada alailsand pasaenaers. 

Bohemlnn; Mc.\V.i-ie: i Mnvn -e...li'in,Capt. BorlEnd 

Korthllnlon " tiraane. I N'tb Aaierlcau. " Arlon, 
Anglo Sason " liLvUuiiue. | CjnaUl-m, (new) 
Two newshipa,(bulldliiK) 

ljukke'', Cheap. ^t mid nm". ■ -■-■ui Ton aile sta passage. 

Fare from ( Ihlcac" ■■: :ilii*..uk. . tg yueei.jLuwn (Cork) oi 

Liverpool: 

FlratOlaso,ticcordln K to state ro'no »6) and 1103, 

SUeniee. |..n LTid wj'li i. te.l [ir.i.'i.lon (tj, 

Rclutii Tick Ho, i' irvl Cia-s, (foil for ij iu utiss.SlSP .ind Sirf. 
Bteera»e...,L , 168 ana a, 

. -.ii. -.:..* - i- i it'll t !■!■: _.m: "Mi : >■■'■ ■--■"' I r-m ul! in 
principal towns of Ureal lirlMlu un.i l-elnod, by nbo^e 
Blejrii' I'.ir -..i.irii; v.-.'-i H, ul very reJute.1 rjtea 

Kor [rewit orpJ-'-.k'..' ui.ply t.. t:,,. •■utay-^y'i Qmeral 
Aecnts, SM>c-:a bmi!', id Water sir e-r. Ln.-erpi.ol, Cori 
ami Uul Hn.aul - 1 L'.r^iiiitfjv, New V'.rk, Wm. UiaMm. 
Detroit irAiliwaukeoK- R.. Milwaukee, or to 
J.'M^ >\ Alli.Ai'iv, 

Oraud Trunk Railway OtBce, 
dlyleli> 13 Liikc-St„ under Adams House, Uhlcarro. 



Toys and Fancy Goods 

To suit the tastcs'of 

THE J9IJM*M,JfOJr 9 

AT 

PEUGEOT'S, 

GREAT VARIETY STORE, 

KINGSBURY EL06K. 
Wo. Ill Riiiidolph Street, 



HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE 
OR' EXCHANGE for Outside City Proprrtv- 
fiontb Sid.' prctericd. Toe u-.'.v.' nreperiv -lnu.i.-.l r- >■ 
117 S.-AiiliJell..-:i..[i.i.f-..r Ml.IIs.. ii rt .-,:.,., :,nd two bloeki 
Iroai tbe new West Side Union Dep.t. It Is now rented 

r i a f"..| i.;.i ,:.i a ,' ; ■..-in-. ...i'. 1-t In. 1 .it '■:..■ n.. '.II.; 

not:ce. Api'lyto AKHUCSl' \ IxjC'jLAS, Boat Yard, 
South Brmcli. n.;ir lwelfth stroet. mylS..-M-liii 



XpOR SALE^-Cheap, the new Cot- 



tijje House (8 rooms) ai 

■■..■! liar.lei. viiririii.l v. 



yean lease. No. 359 
iln re*|de>cc and locality, 
tun's at in. ned. Sold chiap 

i ttiu ..'lU.-e of ' arroll * Ja 
:.■!-!.■ T(,f Kaudolph. 
James >. Johnson. 



■NEW AND SECOND 

rrt "7^1 Rano Pianos forsalnlow. Planesncd 
ii I'll MelodPOnj lo Bent. Order ■> for I unlcs 
■■•■-. 11 -ln.|eo-:j. ut;.iM, :,ii'l nil i;iriiiii- - l i .«-J.iie;il Imiru- 







FFICE OF THE GALENA & 

CHICAGO UNION RAILROAD COMl'ANY. 
Oiuoaoo, Miy 3, 1S&I, 

NOTICE TO STOf RUOLl>feKS. 

The Annual ateotlngrjf tho st .rkholderflof thoaiilenn.t 
h ca.so Ur.luu Italroi] C.a.iB'iy, '.r Hi- election ■■' I'l- 



,0 Office of the ' 



h day of Jul 



Secretary, 



QFt 



FFICE CHICAGO AND ROCK 

ISLAND RAiLROAD CO, 

Nrw Yoai, MayBA, ISM. 

TheArinuil Mctlrift nf tlieStocKliolJtuof this Comp»- 
ny. for the elt'OU.ii "f thlrieen IHre^tors for the tuaulun 
yew will he LeM :H tli- ..111. .' of in- ■ ..mi. my In the city 
of Clvcieo, Male oi lilln...ld, «ii Prsdi.v. it- eighth .P.y.'l 
June next, 1660. 

Tlir null will bo op-ueJ .it II o'clneL A.M., aid closed 
atlilf. HEM1V tAK.NAM, I'r. -'. 

F. H. Tona, Secretary. myficiaatd: 



Uoarhing. 



BOARDING.- One suit of plea 
sint ronmi with hoard. Also, d«y board ean ha ob- 
taln.ilot 10;i Mocr. <: street. my%Uw 



w 



IDE AWAKE UNIFORMS. 



J. A. SMITH & CO., 

KO. 118.. ......LAKE STREET NO. 118 

Are now fum'shlns the Repub lc-m Wide Awake Clubs 
ivllhltieit Unlforn «, 0"i thort nolke nr.d nt tr tl.Q^: co-t, 
: .i..btlnj..f j L.'.-h; Wilier 1'io.n • '-p and C.ipe, of O.u 
ityle adopted at Ihe East. Alao, Ibe Torch Lamp ready 

' All order* from ciut.g though Iho Weit«ra Stitea (with 
LheiBOQeyQCLO'i,piiivinj ili» amo ivill have prompt at 
Ittitlot., ttiid be properly shipped without del.y. 

GRAVINGS AiJD PHOTO- 



■EVffl 

Kj GRAPHS 

Virtue & Co, 

55... 



Y° 



■UNG'S DOUBLK THREAD 

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, 
WX'fflU L&TE IltlPROVGIUBNTS, 

STYLES AND PRICES, 

NO. 1 MACHINE— Tnlile with drawer. *<m 

NO. iMAOHIKK- Table with drawer and eovw. 



4"; ! mhiik<> Salesromu 132 L.ite-m, 

Bend fora Circular. Agents waated. Address WU b 
YOUNG A CO„ Chicago llilnoia fafi'fitMy-lstp 

CBOICE DUET for the VioliiTZ 
Plpyel'a Qellbrateil matrtic'lve nnl PrnReialve 

Dut 13 for Hie Violin. Price 30 eenH. I'nullsbcd by 

OLIVI- It IU I SON i CO, 
■ Jtfeflpl-H J77 VVa.rji.^ioL eir eet, EosKin 

F^ _ IRE PROOF SAFES— Wilder's 
Salamander fa(m. Al! t'ui nn band, 

PKAiT i WOBOBSTBB , Ait-utj, 

Jolc401.3t 197 fc-uth Watar mKM, 



CAMPAIGN FLAGS AND BAN- 
NEB*, Amerloan Fnil«ns "Lincoln aod Hamlin" 

llaii. atnl Clara or ml je.trii.il ■<"■ "H Laud or n.ade to or- 
der", by FUHlMiio.N .tti'HA.M'iiN, in S.'uth -.valor 
street. mySl e<47 1m 



B 



AGON'S BURGLAR PROOF 

I'lANK b.-vFES We ebal'en:e the world to produce 
Itle lu all re.|»--cts eouaili' ,'ivlrjblo. 

FKATi' i Wok- E-l't-l;, Amenta, 
iM-8t 197 South. Wnwi atrtet, 



Pub'rs, 

CLARK STREET. «„55 

Hovo on haod a very choice collection of large 

EngranDgs aod Photographs, 

FOR FRAMING, acKnowledgta lo bo tho 

BEST TET PUBLISBED, 

Aa welt as the 

Most Beautiful Series ever Produced I 



OAR OIN G. - Furnished Rooms 

Also, day board, cau be obtained at B7 
Tfftahlngton street. my9nw 



IV, 



130AKDING.— Firsl 



B 



OARDING Can be ob'ain d at 

.VH.RLEY HOUSFj 223 tad S25 Kltwla 

i (j-iod i-liiJ- [fioiu. fur $1.00 per ivees. Day 
r weet. Tran>l' S'.IM per d*y. 



B 



OARD. — A gentleman and lady, 

;hreo9lDKlo Keutlenien wdl fl'id horns 



Ilefe 



node rata n 



BOARDING-A small family, or 
es'.tl.manond lady, can obtain fli^t c'aabojrd In a 

South' i Side, oijieisoaable leu. B. For p»rlicuiar!j mhlieji 
boi 19ia Chicago poat otacc. Also, one — 



Jelil" 



CHICAGO & NORTH-WEST- 
ern HALLWAY COMPANY. 

Cal0*ao, May 1st, I860. 
The Annual Meeiluij or t|,o ltoiidliolder^ nod Hloalhold- 
era'.f ll.|. L'o'iipU'if .till ue ln'ld a' 'Ii" otDcoef Ihe Cotn- 
i any In the city of Chicago, on THUKSDAY.thc lavrnth 
day of June, 13'i». ul .1 o'cluuk e. u., lor the elecllon of 
I'lrea.'i.i fi.r tiic eo mln,; y.ir.anil |..rthn IraTiuelloti ol 
any other l.imli]. -v.ilni i./.v r inn l.elor- "■■" 

myScMi-til " ' 



In the Hack. 

HEl.Mi" l'-— Ik i'i|l f.,r Ilia linn of tho Eyelid, 
n-lthlenii...r.u» Miflnloi, nn.l lo s of Suht. 

Uh.LMlltjLD'S Itt'i'lIH i.ir M..|.:l!tv mil KcHIeimCBS, 
with "ant of ■ iietitli.ni ..ti.t llnnur of doelety. 

IlKL'Mi'jI.K- llll. till f ,r .Hi-tnicl ons. 

lIEi MiiULD's linUHU f.n Kxte.-sm arUlo* (romluiHi- 
c:etlon, and sill HI cues of 

Fr-MAl.i". -1> M.M.H-—10.-. MALES, 
Kksiai ES -FKM M.K- -' EMAI KS, 

OLD OK YOU N'.. si\l. I., vA Kl. I&D, iJKCONTEJI- 



I'l 



AGt, 



Mth R. VoIlM;. S. -rel .v 



TLLINOIS SAVINGS INSTITU- 

I TION In the City of Chicago. Incorporated Fobru. 

»ry, lftoJ. Ulllo' l'H anil 10'1 Mel I -t I'lnirch UloeH. 

Thlslnstllullo'i r.-eelvcj lle|.i. Iti or I-iv- Cents ahd up- 
wards, uud allows Inter..?' i.t H.u rale i f tlx per cent per 
annum. Dividend ■< l-:v, able Kir.-' M.-iii.iny ot ,1 uiiein.- and 
J'lly. oflle.- 0|.in .1 illr diiniiK 111'- nv.nl hours of liiurinMJ, 
ninl on loe .lay and -.Jur.U.i ev.-i n.,o. 

JOHN i'..l!AlNFS, Vi. I'.let.l. 



TiKE N ° "°" taSY AKE Of KO iVitt. 

IIKLMBOLD'3 EXTRACT BUClUT 
IS THE VERY BEST ltKMEDY IN tllF, WORLD 
For all cotnplilnti Incident to lho>er, whether arlalng from 
Indftcretlou, Hahlnof Dl .-Ipailon, or Intho 

DECLINE OR OtlASQlC OF LIFE. 

NOFAMILY HU'iULD QA WITltOOT IT. 
Take no wore lldmni, Mercury , Or Unplua-jut JIodJelB^ 
for uup (Asvol and Dp goroua Blaouu. 

HELMBOLD'SEXTltAOT 1) U01IU OUBE3 

SECRET iiht.'i J '■ 



AND NO EXPOSURE. 
Uso BBLMDOLDS KXTBAOT bUCHD for Eiomoj 
arlalu^ tr.nu l.ahlU Indulgcit In 

BV YOUNG AND OLD. 

And fordlseaKi-inrljInirro-n hsti'li of nlrtlDallon. It n- 
motEs all Iroi' ■ ' <■ . ,-,il it i.re the pullonS 

lVe l, iiEMiVoMi>'l'.\i 1 .iA I 'liULUiU* tor Ulat*aea 

""u^o "llKLM !.■' ■• ■ \ i liaY'f LiUoUl/ for ait at- 

fectloal and Jsoveaof tho 

liliviKV OUI1ANS, 

"Whcthereilstlog In " 

iivi,i;int I'Miu.j., 

Fvomwhltetrr cause orlKlnatlcK, and no matter ot 
H«»W LONG STANDING. - 

Alllhoiiliove di lenses f.n. I fymiitonii admit of the aamo 
treatincnt and may origin u to horn thorcimeeuuio, 

Rood ! u. ,i.i ! it. i.-i : 

II h ; \| ' . ■'■ - . 1" unil id -.'j" 1 In I-ll.i 



no? 

1_> Ri 



)ARD "WITH PLEASANT 

ROOMS at 
No-. 10 aod 21 ."'ltt-liigtui Av«nue. 
Reference required. 

A few Eoardera can be aeoomrnodnted at 
103 Wabash Av. coruor Monroe St. 



GERMAN REPUBLICAN PAPER! 

CAMPAIGN STAATS ZlilTKNGl 

TuO ILLINOIS BTAATS 2RITUKO, published l»0hl- 
088 .>, Is the leading German Republcan paper In the Norlli 
Went IthesitUy Mipporla Lmooi.HiWd HiXLisond ihe 
prlncplcB of t:e ncnubilean party. It has lonit been a 
champion ofthe eauso of Freedota. It aduecalcrt Ilia Buf' 
lalu free noil platform of 1811. It woa arrong the lint to 
oppoic the repeal of the Missouri ComprtmltO, and amoni; 
thoflrat lo enllat under the Refublkan banner, lo check 
the alarming ogBreialona of Ihe Siavo ponor. 

THE iSTAATS Z E I T V 'N tf 

W1U rtntJct tfflclent old to tbo Republican caiife In Hie 

jieudlng campaign. A copy of It chonld he placed la Iho 

haoda of every Qtrman voter la Illinois and tbo Wett. 

TERMS OF THE CAMPAIGN WEEKLY; 



&0&t. 



myfle-lM.lw 



9.) 



FECIAL NO T ICE. 



O FECI AL 



12 ds. 
15 Cbn. 



OFFERING TO-DAY J 

200 Two Slillilm: Collars for Acts. 

100 Three " 

100 Four *' 

100 Five " " 

OUR SUTERE STOOK OF 

EMBROIDERIES 

Will be aold Cheap. 

lS0 LAiE) STREET 180 

A. G. DOWMS & CO. 



N 



OTICR-— Whvrees, aa 



letrvrltyfor the ftoaepfair,. 
lonreenaln diafw^-awn by Th 
in fuT.ir or a. il.lluocapti.oui 

ItSS. Mr.nk- li no.r.tru o'lerdu 

JulyS, leOti, pay 

81,500 



collateral 

UOdortigned ot 



1,U). 



;, ?ii ... . :i'.e1 ,Iuh 
„ter dal.;,^.d i^'' 



rV'rtoH -? EinupU^J lo myhanda 
in S5%Mn CUT Miain* CotupMjy. 
• BqB ru OD ^.-^..--foi:t0.j tharos and tho other oer-Uj 
io N.. yi-fo.-l,tMJ »b jiresof taldstoolc nioporly t'«oad 
.ndU. UO d.om'...nde ,■ date of July S, I <M ■ And wh. e- 
...iheuboveacc plan, kj nave all l.een pa.d o? ""*?:^ 



mo by aald Emu ; 



nof ti 



t, toerefore, lor tu 
tot of said acceplar 
lurlv, bMlOea ji " 
iiold P 



purp 



repai 



COW LOS T.— Medium siz^d, 
llibttel, lined hacK, white/tag, th'n flenli, pro ulnent 
'w re, allt In ter rl^ln-ar. ntiouicVcn yean 



lllbt 

a- .1 li ill I'O 

oid.il e.«l 



"- l Sl.l'. 
KI'EO 
U. A. 1 



will lie SAMS"* 

Ti.r.1 al roy resliJoi 

, -13 Adams a - r 

Jeas^' 



T OST- 

I J Streets, 



I.'. th, r-.avFil.kl" r;.- 
:..rci.) fori.: I'l n* ■; 
Ins l» rn rl.'l'liel. Any 
ou.l.ililr retv;nd .1 by Ir.i 

Chicago, Atay as, 1*60. 



Water or La"e 

ret .nil Sturgtu & Duck- 

r-i. or Warvliome receipt, 
.f..rJ27S8-6i* bushels r-o.U 
UB-i'btuhelsKo. 3 Com, 
lie i uo., aud en.lorscdby 
mi A- (lo.'s Wureh.-ni-i. re- 

Or UH-W \i\ibi Rrjecled 



person oudliii( Ihe 
vingthemutthldOal 



- ,:■■■ ■..■] 

ie will t 



TJUFTf DOLLARS REWARD.— 

1?. Stolen on Iho night ot Uio - twenty -third ot May, 
from the undersigned a 

DARK BAY HORSE. 

BoUihlhd feet white, lump on tho outside of right thlsh, 
main and for- top bnn, Five^arioldi star Inlorchesd. 
Theahaveiowaid win bo paid for tho 

HORSE AND THIEF, OR HALF FOR THE HORSE. 
LOCI9 FODTZ, 
my2fi-frt33-lw Camp Or. ve. i» ariCu_ 111. 



Single py 

For Five Copies 

For TweUo Copies. . 
For Twenty Copies. 
ForFlftycopIe? 

my?0:«a-lwd-lmw 


10 7» 

3 00 

7©lt 

11 00 

as oo 

Address, STAA IS ZElTUNu, 

Chleif-.., 111 noli. 



V 



IRE KING S*KE8.— Davidson's 



Of Tl 



„ : nsscnmenis upon 

,..., issue, 1 sha'l. m lo 

ul - a ..ov.thel'JHi day of June. ln=t.vil, 

of K li. Mil '...A i o.c'rnor of Clark "■« 

.InUhlci tgo sell the afoi 



. rlcerilfl^Joa 



Flro Proof Safes HaTing 

,e'e «ed.known cafrf, «e Ii 

i band and will not bo undent, 

fitaTi & ff-U 

jeldDi-'t 1 



e?n ai ;>'i ntad Agent* for 



June -i, I860.— coir* 



TWINES— Twines and Cordage. 
A large OSS' rtmo it of Wool. Wraii'lii/;, Sjil. [i:i:lu^, 
hs«, « u iu. -'""T™!" 1 ;- :-■ and other Twine-, f..,r tJe chtip by I'L'RINOioN A 

to tie highest N^^krjBijARD, | »CKAfllON,3l7 £outn Water at. 



CLOSING OUT! 

011LAT UAEUAINB IN 

Spring it summer Goods. 

T. B. CARTER. 

ContempUUng a chanfis In blulneig, will cocunaBOO on 
IRIDAY, theitrit. 

A CtOSItfO OUT 

SALE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK 

Of Spring and Summer Goods, 
REGARDLESS OF COST. 

MERRIMACK (Mid COCHECOrKINTS, IQeeoH. 
PACIFIC LAWNS, bcstfltylcfl, 12K«. 
FRENCH LAWNS, fl'.cst quallUo.-, 8510 3*:. 
FRKNU1I ORGANDIES, dn tO to 60c. 

FOULARti SILKS and BAREOES, very ch-op. 
BLEACHEO COTTONS, bcil qualltle*. lOtollc, 
PARaS»LS, of an>crlormake,1Bcandup, 
MANTIILAS, DUSTEBSond LACK POINTS. 
EMbROIDERlESa'.EALF PRIOE. 

Shirts! Sfeirts! Skirts! 

l.OOU SKIRTS AT 
SOe, EOe, Wc, too. *1.00, »l.», I1J0. 

iaa - - - Lake Stroet. - - - 13<1 



]-. - . i in AM.'" i of tlin rlly 

., ,.„ ,,., ,.,.,. „ , „i .,,. ' M ,..v,„,. r ,,,i, l „ li 

Sivf.m nnd tuliiivllieil in.f,.r. m. . II. -■ ■! .1 .. •■( N ■* -m- 
her. iajl„ WM 1'. llii l-\ l>. - ., 

Pnco *1 per bottle, or sii lor S3, . .- .ei. It.,, ,,• n j. 
dr-aa. 
Picparcd by H. T. HF-LMUOi.il, 

Pmctlcal and Amd lienl I'hemlfll. 
No. KM Souih Tenth si., btloir Olluataut, Phum 

BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 



Who endeavor to dl-pieo "or i 

Uelni'iold'a U.nulno I'm nn.ll.n-. 

■■ | •- Extract llueliu. 

■> h ■' Sinap.irllh. 

» | " Improved Ron Wurh. 

Sold by JNU. I>. 1'AltR, 

No, let ..-inoilieot. 

AND ALL DRVQOISTS KVr.UYWHKnK. 

ASK FOK HELMB0LD3. TAKE No OTHER. 

Cut outtheodvcrtlaemcnlnii-l sand fur It, 
AND AVOIU IMFOilTlOM AND EXPOSURE. 
mi3J.3tan..\ve,diiftt clla-ly 

pHEAP ILLINOIS FARMING 

LAND 1 OK SALE. 



■it, Rblri 

Town of '■ '" ■■' ■•"■. 

ton, St, Loillaar.il ChlCJK^ Ra'lroa i,\ gelhfr wHb 
rir..i/. molds lliuieun. cjnsl.it lie of B, K"0d dwell* 

n./^Jl'iilVdn.. ir"ihcccnlr'of the I ■ 



) 16 I 



r-lnte. 



.villi 



.,, land helween the Vciinlllon m 
f, logr o. Ilea Irom l.eilrjjlmi blntlcin. 
.'Illcano. The north liuo" 1 tin- Iniid 

mi and l.'ili'Kl. 



ie Bold nt ii w«ry I' 

lay 1st next, lu; 1 any 

i. il, una cb<ap 'a m, would 

loe uudeinl|[iiOl] t 



4 midway b.twuti Ilia l" 
rice. Dtjnl-leH «^-jJ 



|clct%-R 



No, 






A^ONEY TO LOAN ON 

€EIICAOOClTV P1IOPEBTY, 



OOOD IMPROVED FARMS In this State. 

CHAMBERS,LEE,&0«., 
tny3#c4«Ua \ myJ^o4i:-2ia 131 UkeiUtet.'JLloaKOiRwmHO.t 



^KAND TKAVEKSE BAY, 

J CnlOAQO, AND EA6T BHORE LINE. 
Th«P(opo'ler 
^LLEOUdJ\'i\ 

OAPTAIB 0. H. BOYRTON, 
WHlilam Chlei«o ovsry 3ATURDAT, a'- 3 P. M-. '« 
MorUinortand Tr.veresCly, uocblng at MaalMo-, nub 
f*rt,(moulli Ot Bot.le river.) Hoi Hi Unity, Carp RWcr. 
4e., WMt^rporivltiloar. .., 

RttuinlL^.wlll loivoTravexw CUT e«TJ TDLSCAi, 
HBP.IL 

Fortrilihtoi 



r puMiffO abPT atolOooof 

HANNAH, LAY 4 CO, 



Cor 



rLom 



udliu 



cl iltclJ, 



TlStbltlMl DlWjit.t 



VAYSON & REYNOLDS, 

X ATrORNtYS 4 COUNSELLolib AT LAW 

80 . . . Dearborn Street. ... 80 

Chicago, Illinois, 
Tbeumler-J.mod bave Ihladay «ol«ed lato a L b » ■?**- 



7l"2-CO<J OjyolOVj 



MOXDAT, JTJNB 4, !«•- 



i FUNDAMENTAL EIIBOB. 

The owner o* whatever is property by tli. 
law of Nature or the common law, is e»Mled 
to pMttrtioa vherewr ho may lake it; and 
A«t protection is aoemded, even to aliens and 
strangers, in all civilized countries. Were it 
to be deniad in any instance, the government 
claiming the allegiance of the injured party 
would enforce his rights if neewsary with all 
its civil and military power. Any man way 
go into Canada, for example, taking with Inm 
such things as are recognized aa .property, as- 
aured that any infringement upon hia rights 
of possesion would bo protected by ibat gov- 
ernment, or if not, that his own government 
■would at once espouse his cause and enforce 
his rights. It is a fundamental error of th.O 
Democratic party, to predicate of proper'^ in 
slaves all that is claimed for other \tinds of 
property. In Canada there are thousands of 
fugitive slaves. "Who thinks 'of reclaiming 
them by application to the Canadian authori- 
ties ? "Who thinks of asking the intervention 
of the United States Government for their re- 
capture? Aui yet if slaves are property in 
the sense that hordes, machinery, merchandise 
and money SK6 properly, who does not see 
that our government would be unworthy the 
name, if it did not secure to the slaveholder 
the right to recover hia property aven in Can- 
ada ? 

•Slaves are property by virtue of Iteal law- 
In Missouri, for example, every person with 
African Uoad in bia vclna ia presumed to be 
properly, and the laws of Missouri will pro- 
tect the right of the owner in such property. 
But in Illinois the law does not reeogniee pro- 
perty in man, and should a claim of that char- 
acter be set up it could not be enforced by any 
law of the State. A Missourian, however, 
•who should find his property of any other 
description in Illinois, would have no difficul- 
ty in securing it through the intervention of 
the local law. It is in consequence of this 
distinction that a fugitive slave law is neces- 
sary, and that provision for such a law was 
incorporated into the Constitution. No State 
in the Union ever thought cf asking for a 
fugitive hor39 law, or a fugitive ox law. Tho 
idea of sueh a law is absurd. Horses and 
oxen are property by nniversal consent — are 
.everywhere regarded as property, and whoever 
establishes his claim to sucVproperty, whether 
in his own or another State, will find the local 
law andthe-local courts ready to maintainand 
enforce his rights. Everybody recognizes this 
distinction. The whole r/ our national legisla- 
tion on the su'ject of slavery ia predicated 
-upon it. The fact that the intervention of the 
-Supreme Court has been sought to establish 
the right of taking slaves into the Territories, 
proves the same thing. So alfo does the olaim 
jeoently set up that the South has the right to 
a Congressional Slave Code, to protect slave 
property in the Territories. If slaves were 
property hy the universal consent of mankind, 
or by the Federal Constitution or the common 
law, there never would have been any occasion 
for the Dred Scott dicta or for a Congres- 
sional Slave Code. It is because there is a 
distinction, broad and deep and universal, be- 
tween property ia man and property in other 
things, thit this slavery question so affects 
the people of our country and of the whole 
civilized world. 

Now it was for the express purpose of cover- 
ing up th : s*difltinc Lion, 'and of forcing out of tbt> 
popular mind and heart of the country tho 
ideas which necessarily Bpring lrom it, that 
the dogma of popular sovereignty was invent- 
ed. Aside from tho question of alavery or 
freedom in the Territories, the phrase has no 
fores or meaning. It is perhaps the moi-t re- 
markable instance on record of an attempt to 
stifle a universal instinct of humanity by a 
sounding generality. In its correct rp»°-' 
every body is in favor of popu'"--""' 6r6,Bi:i y " 
But who that baa w *•&*** love of liberty 

•wiOiUj h)i- bnrfl'O, in In t*Tt>T of iiiivfc lii»A of 

popular sovereignty, tlie> boIo object of which 
ia 10 breakdown tho broad and weU-deOtsed 
distinction, ia the human mind between prop- 
erty in man and property in horses, bouses, 
and lands — that puts humanity upon a level 
■with dumb beasts and inanimate possessions? 
It ia time that every honest man in the 
free Stales had looked this infamous Jallacy 
called Popular Sovereignty, pquarely in th« 
lace — had grappled with it and recognized its 
true object to be to carry and protect slavery 
•where it has no right, uader the laws of God 
or of mao, to go. The South has the same 
rights, under the Constitution, in the ter- 
ritories that the North possesses. What- 



tue government and the prosperity of the peo- 
ple-tbis is the man called for by crisis 
which the politicians have created. 

The want of the times is not French manners 
in the drawing-room of tho White House, nor 
a nice judgement of wines at the Presidential 
dining-table; not the art which has for - lt s 
object the triumph of party; not the r. T y 
ility .which .excites men to treason by giving 
away' to their empty threats; livft a full 
measure ol downright honesty ir, tho Execu- 
tive bead of tho nation, tho Courage that can- 
not be >wed by threats, * ji« ability to aoe the 
right and the conscientiousness which, llirou gh 
all opposition, firmly maintains it. 

It is the boas' u of Mr. Lincoln's friends that 
he, unquestionably able and honest, is the 
man to w>liom the correolien of tho orrois, 
blunder', and crimes of Pierce nud Buchanan 
may " e safely entrusted. 

EFFECT OF SQIATTEIl SOVK- 
Wo print to-day an extinct from Senator 
Douglas 1 ICth of May speech in the Senate, by 
■which 'the reader will learu what " my great 
principle" has done in keeping slaveey out of 
territory once devoted to freedom. It is wor- 
thy of Attention as showing Mr. Douglas 1 own, 
estimnte of the working of that policy te which 
he js committed, and which he is urging upau 
Hie people of the North. By his own show- 
ing, it has, 

1st. Introduced and protected Slavery in the 
Territory of New Mexico; 

2d. Converted a tract of country more than 
five times the size of the State of New York, 
from tree territory into slave territory ; 

8d. Extended Slavery from the Rio Grande 10 
the Gulf of California, and from the line of 
Mexico, not only up to 80 dec. SO miu„ but $S 
doff, north latitude, giving the S.Wh n degi>p 
and a half more Territory than it has ever 
claimed; and, 

4th. Given up to slavery for the first time 
since the American Revolution, territory that 
freedom once claimed and occupied. 

Senator Douglas himself sums up the effect 
of his principle. We do not attribute to him 
tin words of another; bi t print that part of 
his speoeh as we find it. What do the people 
of Illinois think of that which he recommends 
as tho !policy of this government — that which 
bears the fruit- that he has selected to excite 
the gratitude nnd admiration of his country- 
men ? ! Let us say in excuse for him, that ho 
was speaking for tho South— that the harangue 
from which we quote was lor Southern circu- 
lation, and that it is now being distributed by 
hundreds of thousands in the slave States, to 
convince the nigger drivers that he and his 
new invention, squatter sovereignty, are tho 
safeguards and propagandists of slavery that 
the South demands. But how different from 
his talk when he quarreled with the President, 
and took Greeley, Blair, Henry Wilson and 
other Republicans into his confidence! Then 
squatter sovereignty was held up aB a North- 
ern or freo soil measure, and its virtues, prohi- 
bition of Slavery, were strongly insisted upon. 
But that was before he was elected to the Sen- 
ate. Now the Presidency is in bis eye, and he 
is on the other tnck. What a pestilent dema- 
gogue he is I 



Political fttUnga ««d JIo 



j*rosp<cf or the t 



m-mf. *"*'"£'" 



0.1 



ofthcFreMBDdTrtbv 

Nsw York. May » l > lt60 ' 
long leader— dis- 
arrel now 



The Seraldoi to-day in a 
cubing the famous newspaper JU 

- - -- between Horace Greeley & Co., on the 



hand, and Raymond, of the 2'^, 



Webb, 
and Weed of the 



3 what an extent the native 
s are justified 



of the Court*- A Enquirer, 

Albany Stoning Journal, on .the othor-usee 

nufh language as this: 

eltinmlely .vork Its dissolu hen. 

«»,„«, or .thick fact no one is mots fully 
cegsiz.nt thm Beoiett himself. It «»»««• Ml 
pnrpo... however, to lean h.ck and md» g . » 
a broad Scotch guffaw at the curious snarl into 
which bis rivals have gotthemselves. It™"' 11 
be b.ra to aay whether he hales Gen. Webb tho 
most for the cow-hiding received at his bands 
fifteen; years ago. or the Hon. Henry J. Ray- 
mond, !forbi. dilletnntism, society connections 
and general pretensions to an aristocratic mor- 
ality ,Belween Mr. Greeley and himselt there 
isceitiinlyagrnffsemi-respec, or admirat.en 
cxisiiog, which isnotfeltforeitheroftheothers 
by either. Bennett admits in Greeley an earn- 
estness and honesty of purpose, giving him 
cr.ditfor being, brave and good hater, and 
also for any amountof greenness. Greeley sees 
in Bennett an open foe, a never serious, always 
sardonic chronicler of the times, and one who, 
lite himself, is as self-contained and separate 
from other men, as must.ever be the one, who 
takes it anon himself to work tor Ike «iu.4»Ml 
men, or he who refuses to care seriously lor 
anything or anybody whatever. Extremes 
meet] the reformer and the cynic are not far 
apart ' Itisthe lokewarm.no character manor 
newspaper, that is spewed out of (every body's 

mouth] 

The simple truth as to the effect of this news- 
paper war on the Bepublican party of this 
State, is that it has no effect at all. New York 
is pledged by a yast majority of sound-princi- 
pled, thinklna-, working men, to the cause of 
freedom. If the Tribu> 



KaitortPieMandT.lbuw 
It is remarkable to 
methods of our old ssltler liirav 
b, an experience of five or ten year, in. ne 
cLlry Wy ftmnner in Illinois must have 
noticed the old fashioned rail corn er.bs, geuer- 

rrr^W. corn has been 
taglied at, bow often ci.ed as a piece of tes - 

1", to kee,.safo and sound what they had labo- 
riously raised and gathered. - - 
Rut it now appears that the old rail corn crib 
^itUrsnitedL the purpose intended than 
any new method yet suggested or provided. A 
great many thousand bushelsot corn purchased 
last fall and winter, pat up in board onbs cov- 
ered at the top, and apparently suflioiently ven- 
tilated, have, upon beiag .helled out recently 
been found so heated and damaged, though put 
- for No. I, turned out No. 2, and have olten 
An examination of the tables of 
. in Chicago, will confirm this 
etatement. The! loss to the holders m0stbe 
an immense one. 

It id impost 10 to keep large bodies of grain 
in bulk (and Indian corn in the ear does not 
seem to beau exception) safely, over the UW 
treim'S of temperature from winter to summer 
uo matter how sound and dry the gram may be 
when pile 1 together. I suppose the reason ib, 
that the grain, put up at a low temperature, be- 
ing a slow conductor of boat, retains that tem- 
perature nnd does not warm with the season, 
and the moisture of the warmer atmosphere in 
summer is condensed in coming iu contact with 
it. To the depth to which the air freely circu- 
lates, so far tho condeDBed moisture dries out 
and the grain is saved, but beyond that point it 
becomes, first damp, then luouUlly, oud finally 



The Jaianese Embassy. 

A correspondent of the New York Tribune 
furnishes some peasant and interesting pen- 
and-ink tkcicue3 «" the personnel of the Japan- 

ese Embassy, iheii habils. peculiarities, &c. ; 

A JiPANBSE ROOll. 

Sust opposite aid Morootn Okatoro, humanity 
beaming troai bis yes smoke issuing lrom his 
nostrils, the mult of the internal fumigation 
practiced bv ullwto truly value Japanese tobac- 
co. His ricb trowdts expand like folds ot fem- 
inine raiment, ancgbine with a lustre surpass- 
ing eveu tbe briefest that French mlk cau 
show. Lifted a t%4 inches from the door, they 
disclose neatly SiiiileleU feet, with Bilken foot- 
coverings of (be n,est texture, bait gin ter, hall 
stockiag. Ills rcib-s ot" light blue crape flout 
and swell like the thin smoke that surrounds 
them. In hia bet reposes alwajs the short 
sword of dignity. vbicU pro res the wearer sno- 
blerank. 1 liud -owev.-r, that this freapon Is 
always inseparable connected (with ibe idea ot 
hara-kiruh iltaru Ut^ioai&c^kiruhtocMtopau) 
as has been BUpjOBed. The ordinary short 
awordja woru for'ase in cases of close nghtlBg. 
The diaerobowelinr hoik', which is even less iu 
length tbuu tbe BeioVd sword usually worn, is 
in the poSBCssiw of the higher officers, 
but not so geue.-ally diaulayer). It is dlB- 
fcmguis>ed by tli, abseuce of a guard up 

.< °. .,1 . . r • .. . r» ir. i..r .-.ii.l-i t,-ii- n 



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rejected, 
aspectio 



EUROPEAN NEWS. 

IC the news said to have been received by 
the Now York Herald, is reliable, and Gari- 
baldi isdeloatcd in Sicily, the lugubrious prog- 
nostications of our contemporaries touching 
the peace of Europe, will come to naught. 
But if, as we devoutly hope, that heroic de- 
votee of Liberalism has been able to maintain 
his position, and to persuade the oppressed 
people of Naples and the Two Sicilies that 
their interest and safety lie in insurrection 
against! tbe royalty and priestcraft by which 
they are ground to the dust, then the rumors 
of war which have come to .our ears will 
doubtless be followed by demonstrations by 
which tlio peace of Europe may ho disturbed. 
We await the arrival of the next -«"">". 

with no little solicitude; 

I ...- I'OOIt OLD POPE. 

The western Banner, (Catholic) f gravely 
amuses its readers that the report that Tope 

Fiu", mb i„ nbout to viait St. Louis, u. npt 
true/ and that tho hoped-for riso in the real 
eBtn:o of tnnt city, in consequence of the pres- 
ence of God, vicegernnt, will not be felt. "We 
are sorry Could he come to America and seo 
how infinitely hotter fed, clothed and taught 
his'Irish friends are than in Ireland itself where 
Popery curses the soil of their birth, ho might 
go back, and, with the advice of About, gov- 
ern his subjects es if they wore better than 
Dinars. , The Banner is cruel to advise him 
to stay la Kon. e . 



NEW PUBLICATIONS. 



This work, edited by Wm. 11. Bradbury, is i: 
innd bv the Presbvlerinn TXnorA nf PithllMlin 



o first set these men to 



thinking, they have long sin' 



:e learned to think 



for themselves, and to examine all public ques- 
tions. Undoubtedly, their wish was to have 
Mr. Seward nominated at Chicago, but the suc- 
cess of Republicanism is farnearer their hearts, 
and I cannot see that they care one iota whether 
or no Mr. Greeley assisted in defeating Mr. 
Seward and nominating Mr. Lincoln. The his- 
tory of twenty years has taught them that Mr. 
Greeley is very strong in his prejudices on all 
subjects; is very dogmatic and willful; but very 
sincere and honest. So, for all Mr. Raymond's 
evidence and fine-writing, they are disposed to 
believe Horace's Btraight-forward assertion that 
he meant to do right, and to follow his example 
and throw up their caps for another honest and 
noble man— Abe Lincoln of the West. Iu fine, 
they see that the newspaper war will soon be 
over, but that the war between the two nation- 
al parties is a long one, and in the former they 
are interested and amused, but not in the least 
entangled. 

Therefore, while the designing few are croak- 
ing over what they term the dismemberment of 
the party, the party itself is stripping to the 
work with an enthusiasm unknown since tho 
old Hard Cider times. A blaze of excitement 
is sweeping this State from East to West. I 
wrote you some time since that the recollection 
of Lincoln's great Bpeech at the Cooper Insti- 
tute would not soon pass from the minds of his 
hearers. On the very evening when the news 
of his nomination came, it was quoted by hun- 
dreds, and to those who saw the maa on tbo 
occasion of iti delivery, no name cuuld so ef- 
fectually compensate for the withdrawal of 
Seward, as that of Abraham Lincoln- 

Well, banners are fly»«p. «» * ™ te . fr0I ° lhe 
Head Quarters of tl.o Republican Young and 
Old He"'" central Committees, from the Cam- 
paign Club Rooms, the Stuyvesant Institute, 
and other party localities, proclaiming that the 
New Tork Republicans have heartily accepted 
the People's choice. The Ward Associations 
arc, in turn, holding joyous Ratification Meet- 
ings night after night. Not an evening i'" 3 B pB 

■ , ■■ . . j -vi Lincoln Ull(t 

but you hear a hundred £ru«" , ,. 

jn^uilu lirtj In « ,uarU-r of this great City. 

The grand joint Ratification Moetinff, to bo lield 
on the 5th of June, will be, if I mistake not, tbo 
moBt spirited demonstration yet made iu tho 
North. AH through the State the same excite- 
ment prevails, and you can safely wager your 
capital on the November vote of New York. 

Tbe munitions and appurtenances of the con- 
flict are freely provided for and not t^ Vc des ' 

;";«;;.».-•;"«'«'••- 

O r „ ua , and worthy of the city Republicans, 
will go up nert month in a central position. 
Bat one of the most admirable features of our 
campaign discipline is the "Wide Awake" 
movement, which was of such service in Con- 
necticut and which I am glad to sec is progress- 
ing in Chicago. With us, under the same form, 
it is iust starting and taking another name. 



lege 

ful O! 



Tho old rail pen is seldom over eleven feet 
wide, oftener nine and ten, never higher ; it 
" allows" free ventilation, often on three sides, 
alwrys on two, and when filled and rounded on 
top with sound corn, that rounding providing 
sufficient water shed, it will keep its contents 
sound from harvest to harvest. So you see 
" old rails" have a dignity and use quitebeyond 
eastern comprehension, for they save U3 and 
them from starvation, by floating our great sta- 
ple safely over the wide gull that stretches from 
season to season. Hurrah I for Lincoln! 

By the way, it is evident that many aspiring 

politicians on hearing of Lincoln's nomination 

at Chioago, must have felt " like some watcher 

"of tbo skies, when a new planet swims into 

— " Like noma watchers of lhe skies, 

Wlien n new planet swliua lutoblaben; 
Or like stout Coitez, when with esgleeyea 
Ha stored ot the Pacific, and nil hia men 
Looked at each other with a wild flunube, 
Silent on n peak In Dnrjen." 
Now this indeed, is one of tho seasons. We 
have had live hail storms bicco April, and one 
the severest of all, is just over [May 29J. I be- 
lieve considerable glass has been broken in the 
South and Eust part of the town. Vegetation, 
though forward for tho season, is not grown so 
much as to bo considerably injured, and I am in 
hopes the clerk of the weather will be through 
with this part of programme before it is. There 
have been several smart showers in spots about 
the couuty and neighborhood, but still many 
spots remain very dry. There the chintz bug 
continues his ravages and threatens to destroy 
the young oats, barley, and spring wheat. 
Where the ravages of this little beggar will end, 
it is quite impossible to say. Fancy 100 black 
winged bed bugs, and ten thousand young ones, 
the latter about the color and size of a grain o 
cayenne pepper, distributed over every square 
foot of -iarth iu a 20, 40, ISO or SO acre field, the 
oldonos scampering and flickering about in 
and over the groond.and the young ones cover- 
ing the tender parts of tbejyoung grainlplantand 
auckina its juices— and you have an idea of the 
businesses managed by them at present. 

Asevery child is expected to have the measles, 
mumps, and hooping cough, once in its grow- 
ing up, so every young town in Illinois is ex- 
pected to have a visitation of the cholera, afire, 
and a tornado. It is alleged we have had tho 
cholera and the lire, if so, nothing remains but 
tbo toruado. If it comes, God preserve us safe 
through it. Amen. Yours, J*T- 

p, g > _The thunder and bail storm of May 
20, brought vivid liabtuing and heavy thunder. 
Ouo bc |,oCr " ck and caved in the spire of the 
uaplist Church in Urbana, and besides, peeled 
oil the front paint and clapboards, knocked two 
persons senseless, and frightened many others. 






i tbis 



, ate application, iu d not public attack 
haia-lciruh swoid j-ivea Its owner the right to 
vindicate hisbonorTif so called upon, by open- 
ing his bowels orossffue, and letting out bis 
file in the le.iat comfortable manner to be imag- 
ined. ISert uiit*, ^ose amount ot hmor is sup- 
posed to be inappreciable, caunot possess this 
sword, ; and are, moreover, forbidden the privi- 
lege of making away with themselves, which is 
a special pien.i^ai ; v^ of the nobility. 

Considering thuremiuent distinction, these 
weapons seem, to the unfamiliar mind, to no 
somewhat degraded by association with steel 
chop-sticks and utilitarian knives, which are 
carried in side cavities of tbe same scabbard ; 
bat the Japanese do not see it in thai Qgufc 
Sometimes, instead of ohop-sticke, a peculiar 
weapon ot steel, about six inches long and 
sharpened at the end, is concealed in the scab- 
bard. When ustd it is first laid flat upon the 
right hand, tho point toward the holder, and 
Ihen flung throujb the ait, turning mtis 
course, so og tQJwj£e_thg object at which it l=- 

,umpd- T»- ^ r aneso il ustratKMs in tbe >i 

-' aororSii'3 tooui are jB . c .i..o, among" wnlcn. they detect 
ds, some hanging 



which bore the evidence of his ready talent ar- 
rived. "Tommy." wbo first saw it, became at | 
once ecstatic, and ran about wildly, commani- < 
eating the intelligence that Booien y tzie's work, 
with that skilled artist's name attached, was in 
a newspaper. Ab lor Booien-ytzie bimsef, his 
feelings sought expression by acts, not words. 
Drawing from bis sleeve a Japanese fan, he 
gravely placed it in my hand, in testimony of 
his pleasure; but, on second thoughts, with- 
drew it to in-enbe upon it a clearer token of 
his satisfaction. The next morning it was re- 
turned, and on its leaves I found some cbarin- 
colored drawings of birds, aB neat and taste- 
as one could hope to sec. 
For a day or two, Uooien-ytzio has been down 
hearted. The recollection of a mortifying mis- 
take haunts bim. A deaf gentleman came into 
tbo Japauese quarter and strove to establish 
communication with Booien-ytzie. But the op- 
erations of the ear-tube were uot clear to the 
Japanese artist's apprehension, and be persis- 
ted in blowing through that instrument, with 
great force into the deaf gentleman's ear, who 
was more astonished than charmed with tbe 
proceeding. When Booien-yizie was informed 
of his error, he took on attitude of statuesque 
misery, from which I am positive ho did uot 
stir for an hour. 

The surroundings of the room of Booien-ytzie 
and his friends are interesting in a different way 
from those ot Gkaloro's stalely parlor. Here 
tbey are purely domestic. Scattered about are 
sandal?, slippers; hats, handkerchiefs of rough 
polished steel, umbrellas or imposing dimen- 
sions, manufactured of oiled silk, and so ar- 
ranged as to tit together when closed in an ap- 
parently solid form and other curious applian- 
ces of comfort and necessity. Oddest of all 
are the pillows— little wooden boxes, fas'ened 
together without nails, about six inches in 
length, lour in height; and three in breadth, 
with aioll Of soft tloth tied up in paper upon 
the top, (or tbe bead to rest upon. These wood- 
en cases mostly contain drawois, in winch are 
various trinkets, Somo, however, are solid, 
and are scouped out at the sides, in order that 
the arm may pass around and hold them llrmly. 
Upon tables and stands are other characteristic 
articles — teeth brushes mode of strips of wood, 
with the ends split into line threads, packages 
of scented tooth-powders, which are regularly 
used by them, and Strings for binding up then- 
hair, made of loug twisted strips of white pa- 



The 

i— the 
What. 



flincB tbe middle of April, by lightning, aurf »» 
under similar circumstances; iiamo'r. while out 
in the open fields 

A fog tbia morn _ 
starch ou» ^ribo anticipated frost of last nigh 1 
a wJ tne young corn still enrries a green flag 
signalling a big crop to follow. 

Tli© Sinking Ship. 

Sj'tUNOi'iK.ii. 111., Junol, 18d0. 
Editors Truss and Trtuuno: 

At our meeting lust evening (Wido-Awakes) 
tho assembled Republicans were surprised by 
the announcement by a Democrat present, (who 
was on their City Ticket in April) of his inten- 
tion of leaving that corrupt party. He " made 
public confession of faith, " and asked that his 



helmets of brass, long 3w 
from elevations, Borne lying on ch 
floor all in scabbards of most ingenious adorn- 
ment The swords themselre.s are of a steel 
Buperior to any other known, and tbe best. of 
them can cat through a bolt ol iron or *n in- 
ferior sword, without turning the edge, lhe 
handles are inlaid wuh precious stones and 
bound around with silt cord. The scibbards 
are of thick skin, proluseiy covered with col- 
ored lacker, andspriutled with gold dust and 
mother- of- pearl. 

Prom the opeu moitbs of many boxes mo 
Gushing varied robes o' shining silk, fans, hats, 
amdalg, handkerchiefs comVtil.wiery, colored 
prints, porcelain, pips, lacker ware, and^ali 
tha'tseema most stranje to our sight, 
aspect of the room is wholly Japanr 
manners Japanese, andthe language, 
ever betide, the souuc of other accents unk- 
not intrude. Close bymy side sits TsoKubura 
Jougoro, who reads aloid from an opeu Ian 
passages of Oriental p.etry, written, I think, 
by hunself. Histonesfall musically, lor tho 
Japanese is aB soft and anooth as any language. 
Tsokaik too, hasmelod/ in his voice. He is 
a notable gentleman in he embassy. His rank 
is high slreadv, but lis youth — he is only 
twenty-six— prevents .is present assumption 
of the eminence ot statpn to which be will soon 
be entitled. His birtl is equal to that ot the 
principal embassadors. He has talent, wealth, 
and good looks. Unquestionably, he is the 
handsomest man in the embassy; and I think, 
as I glance at him now, notwithstanding his 
eccentric pose— feet upon chairs, ano knees 
saluting nOBC-tbiU his superiors in personal 
appearance are not numerous in this land. 

In lhe midst of all tliis quiet comfort enters, 
with a message, 

"TLllllT. 

This changes all thought of gravity to irre- 
pressible gayety., With "Tommy" near, so- 
briety departs. 'This is the young interpreter, 
( Tataieai Onajsero) who, by virtue of absolute 
reoklessncss und a purely American spirit ot 
deviltry, has won the jolly nickname in which 
he much rejoices. Coming now m presence of 
higher oiheers, he reduces himselt for a mo- 
ment to preternatural lameness; but, his mis- 
sion having ended with a phrase or two he 
darts awav agiin iu bis usual frantic state. The 
humor ofTommvSnds eipre^ion in the queer- 
est tricks. The' aiher day he inveigled a toil 
boy into his room, did then aud there heueck 
him With red silkltrowsers, aud sent bun lor h 
into the hotel pilor, an object of public ridi- 
cule. I.ast nightie got, by some means, a pa- 
per garrote collar, which, with inlmite difficulty 
te arranged about his own neck, American 
fashion, and paruded himself about, among his 
tellows, like a peicock with an entirely new 
feather in bis tail. ; 

Tommy confeaBfig to o passionate admiration 
of the feminine charms he liuds surrounding 
him. The American ladies seem to have got 
into bis head. He has confided to me an earn- 
est desire to discover a suitable wife in this 
country, with whom he may peacefully live for- 
ever withouta thought of 'reluming to Japan. 
When fan- are hitaded to him for his autograph, 
he writes upon them—" J like Amencau lady 
very much ; I want to marry and live with 
pletty lady "— ("pletty" being an emendation 
of his own upon pretty.) Voreover, the senti- 
ments ofTommy appear to be liberally recipro- 
cated H<*iVT> il>o r °ucti net. B=vies of maid- 

._.-.,„...., i ,i. --■-;]-■ ,''i;:y\ 1 " u ,' "<\ -i '",;,;;";! ,;;."". 

luotant hands. Matrons, too, proffer him atten- 
tions, but, with keen discriminntiun, lie is gen- 
erally taken with a lit of business when the 
smiles that greet him are not smiles 
of youthful beauty. Whether Tommy 
will or will not beflpoiled by the favors that de- 
scend upon him, is a question tb'at seriously 
agitates tin older and more experienced com- 
panions, who occasionally strive, without much 
effect, to subdue bis tumultuous temper. 

Tommy has already learned to sing and whis- 
tle a great acquisition, since Japauese are not 

sinuiua people, and have but few musical in- 
■IramentS. He lias already mastered "Hail 
Columbia," aud " Pop goes the Weasel. "whicb 
he persists In call'0& '* I'onpy goes the Weasel," 
and thinks the e*tra sj liable rather a good 
thing 1 regret to say be is extending bis 
American acquirements in a less praiseworthy 
direction, for he is gefting to swear after a cu- 



discussing the Jup- 

tbe New York pictorials, 
Ictcct muny errors, sod 
them out with an exactness that shows 
their supc-riar accuracy of memory. They 
laugh at such blunders as putliug the sword 
upon the right hand, and misplacing the Jap- 
aneSc flag. Moreover, Booien-ytzie unfolds his 
own yiewa of the some ecenes as those repre- 
sented iu the pictorials and invites comparison. 
It appears that his sketches are really more cor- 
rect iu detail than those ot the American artist, 
although certainly wanting iu picturesqueuess 
of effect. But Booicu-ytzie looks only to miuu- 
tia, and is coutentwith tho advantage he holds 
in this respect, 

X cosjunoa's THICK. 
A conjuror's advertising canl lias been some- 
where pjeked up, and its purport is nowasked. 
To explain it, sundry devices of legerdemain 
are resorted to, which the Japanese regaid with 
a composure indicating consciousness of 
strength in tint line. Now one, whose name is 
Ycwah, stands forth, and .beckons attention, 
lie crumples into a ball in bis left hand a large 
mid thick sheet of paper. Gradually the roll les- 
sens in sine, aud soon is hidden in his tight 
grasp. With the right hand he waves his open 
Fan around,' and presently emerges from be- 
tween tho finger ofttie left it little paper butter- 
fly, which lloais and flutters a while obedient 
to the movements of the fan, and at last falls 
to the ground. YcweJ] then discloses his opeu 
palm, in which no paper roll can now be seen, 
and returns to his seat bowing before the plau- 
dits which follow him. 

Yewuh afterward develops other powers in- 
dicative of ingeuious education. He is much 
cultivated as to his toes, which he can use with 
great pliancy, particularly in the way of pinch- 
ing, and iu which, I have cause to know, he is 
unsurpassed. Wonders with fans he shows, 
but none ol them inexplicable, except the first 
above described. 

Always quick to exhibit their own interesting 
properly, they are tquallv ready to examine 
with attention everything brought for their in- 
spection. Household utensils draw from them 
grins of approval, and they become covetous 
over some of our best weapons. A newly in- 
vented revolver of minute size aborbs Booien- 
yljjie's mind for halt nu hour,; but, at last, hav- 
ing delected the mauner of diecbargf 
goes off himself aud io a corner make 
drawing of all its machinery. He hints at pro 
posals for aa exchange, offering a small sword 
for the tempting trifle; but as he does this 
with much secrecy, conveyiug_the idea that 
his superior must remain ignorant of the trans- 
action, there is evidently something wrong about 
it, uud the b rgaiu canuot bo ma de. 
Xlio M. K. Clinrcli— Lny Kcpresentn- 
tlon. 
The committee on lay representation presen- 
ted two reports to tbe General Conference, 
which were laid over and ordered to be printed. 
The following are tbo reports, the preamble of 
tho majority report being condensed : 

MAJORITY JIEFOKT OH LAY DELEGATION. 

The majority report that some of the Annual 
Conferences took no action upon either the 
East Genesee or Oregon rules upon ihis sub- 
ject, but so far as ascertained a large majority 
have voted against these rules. This, however, 
the committee does not recogniza a3 a decisive 
Tote of the Conferences. Several Presiding 
Elders have presented the subject to their Quar- 
terly Conferences; 117 of them have voted; 71 

There have been lp petitions received by G79 
memborsfor and 45 agate lit lhe change. In ad- 
dition, the scb.nie has (be fmoring voice of one 
Steward's meeting aud a convention partially 
representing H3 churches in Philadelphia. It 
is evident that thu great body of the church has 
not vet spoken on the question, so that the 
Conference is not now prepored to act in the 
premises. The committee think that whenev- 
er the laity manifest a desire to be represented, 
they ought to be allowed the privilege. As 
ministers, the committee do not feel ambitious 
to retain a power which was lirst devolved upon 
them, not from their choice, but from necessi- 
ty. This necessity no longer exists, and they 
hope that the laity will be iatroduced into the 
General Conferences, aud that their introduc- 
tion will give them a deeper interest in the afl 
frfir* nf Zion. 

plan for 



Effect Of popular Sovereignty a» stated 
by IOr. Douglas. 

(Fram Mr. Doug lis' Spmh In tte Senate, M*v 16th If W.j 
"But, we are told that the necessary result ot 
this doctrine of non-intervention, which gen- 
tlemen, by way of throwing ridicule upon, call 
squatter sovereignty, is to deprive tbe South of 
all participation in what they call the common 
Territories of the United States. That was the 

f round on which the Senator from Mississippi 
Mr. Davis] predicated his opposition to the 
compromise measures of 134D. He regarded a 
refusal to repeal tbe Mexican law as equivalent 
to tbe Wilmot proviso ; a refusal to recognize 
by an act of Congress the right to carry a slave 
there a3 equivalent to the Wilmot proviso; a 
refusal to deny to a Territorial Legislature the 
right to exclude slavery as equivalent toon ex- 
clusion. He believed at that time that this 
doctrine did amount to a denial of southern 
rights; and ho told the people of Mississippi 
so; but tbey doubted it Now, let us see how 
fur his predictions and suppositions have been 
Teritied. I infer that he told tho people so, for 
as he makes it a charge io his bill of indictment, 
against me, that I am hostile to southern rights, 
because I gave those votes. 

Now; what has been the result? My viewa 
were incorporated into the compromise meas- 
ures of 1850, aad his were rejected. Has the 
South been excluded from all tbo territory ac- 
quired from Mexico? What says the bill from 
the House of Representatives now on your ta- 
ble, repealing tbe slave code in New Mexico 
established by the people themselves? Itis 
part of the history of tin country that t.ndtr thit 
doctrine of HOii-inUriailion, this doctrine that 
you d-'iyl'- to call equatttr sovereignly, Ike -ptopU 
of New Mexico have introduced and prot'cttd 
slavery i n. the whole of that Ttrrilory. Ur.dtr 
this doctrine, they have converted a tract of jfree 
territory into slave, territory, mor- than five times 
tlie tist of the State of New York, unier'thu 
doctrine, tlavery has otto extended from the Rio 
Grand* to the O-ulf of California, and j rom the 
lineof the Republic of M.xico, not only up to SO 
d<g. HO min hut up to 35 d*g. — jiving you a de- 
gree and a half more slave territory than you 
overclaimed. In 181S and 1840 and 1850 you 
only asked to have the line of SO deg. SO min. 
The Nashville Convention fixed that as its ulti- 
matum. I offered it in the Senate iu August, 
1S4S, and it was adopted here but rejected in 
the gou.se of Representatives, Youaskedonly 
up to 80 deg. 80 mio., and non-inlerstntion has 
given you slave territory up to 8S deg., a degree 
and a half more than you asked ; aud yet yon 
say that tbia is a sacvihee of Southern rights'; 

Thessare the fruits of this principle which the 
Senator from Mississippi regards as hostile to 
the rights of tbe South. Where did you ever 
get any other fruits that were more palatable 
to your taste or more refreshing to your 
strength? What other inch of free U rriloryhas 
been converted into slave territory on the Ameri- 
can continent, since the Revolution, except in New 
AtfXico and Arizona, under the principle of non- 
inUrantion affirmed at Chaileston. If it be 
true that this principle of non-intervention has 
conferred upon you nil that Immense territory; 
has protected slavery in that comparatively 
northern and cold region.where you did not 
expect it to go, cannot you trust the same prin- 
ciple further South when you come to acquire 
additional territory from Mexico'/ If it be 
true this principle of non-intervention has 
given to slavery all New Mexico, which was 
surrounded on nearly every side by free terri- 
tory, will not tbe same principle protect you 
in the northern States orMexico when they are 
acquired, #nce they are now surrounded by 
slave territory; are several hundred miles 
further South; have many degrees of greater 
heat; siii have u climate and soil adapted to 
Southern products? Are you. not satisfied with 
those practical resultB? Do yon desire to ap- 
peal from the people of the Territories to the 
CoDgress of the United States to settle tbia 
question in tbe Territories? When you distrust 
the people and appeal to Congress, with both 
Houses largely ogainst you on Ibis question, 
What sort of protection will you get? When- 
ever you ask a slave code from CongrCBS to pro- 
tect your institutions in a Territory where tbe 
people do not want it, you will get that sort of 
protection which the wolf gives to the lamb; 
you will get fa at sort of friendly hug that tbo 
grizzly bear gives to the infant. Appealing to 



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Stoves ! Stoves ! ! Stoves ! 1 1 

AT 71 LAKE STREET. 

Plain Tin Ware, Wholesale er Retail. 

Ae»mr.lBtoa.*3f>rtmeutof nmiwkei-plng Oooda ma? be 
ALLEN A WALTON'S 



Spring & Summer Trade 

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TRAVELING GOODS ! 

Li Okateo fltj Iti and at 
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French and finglisk Barcgeiv 

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Wo also keep,. 1b ere-it variol?, 

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MANTILLAS AND SHAWLS 

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rjrws InvlU" Uio ntlenOon of oil bujen of Dfy QecU 
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palTil,ii.u.lcn!.1al'Ul'tNB HA.Lt' tho money. 

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lt t< rauly ''■-" us-.' 13 11 cjuii'h from tho Itcf , and ncflda n# 
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Ke-opeue<l at 138 Luke street, 

With -a cnUio NEW 8TOUK nf 

TOYS, FANCY GOODS, 

YANKEE NOTIONS, 

WILLOW WARE, 

FISHING TACKLE, 

Worsteds of all kinds, &0-, &*. 

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Kind. Iph Street US 

RENOVitl ! 



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Iko'B lV'-t Tm-lcTs will now Und their oulllu at 

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myfllcno-lui 



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cio,; 



anti-slavery Cod gross to pass laws of protd 
lion, with a view ol forcing slavery upon an 
unwilling and hostile people! Sir, of all the 
mad schemes that ever could be devised by tho 
South, or by the enemies of the South, that 
which' recognizea the tight of Congress to touch 
the iustitution of slavery either in States or 
Territories, be}ond the single case provided in 
the Coostitution for the rendition of fugitive 
slaves is- the most fatal," 

-Pictorial Edl- 



An English writer of the last century, fanci- 
fully represented lhe road to permanent fame 
in authorship as traveled only in a coach (it was 
before the time of steamboats or railroads), 
whose driver waa very particular about ad- 
mitting his passengers. Onlv a select number 
would he carry, nor those till the merits of 
their works r had been critically exam- 
ined. "When old Dr. Johnson came to 
get in, with his huge dictionary in hia 
arms, the driver, stopping him, said it was 
doubtful whether that book would entitle him to 
a passage— that he had driven the coach for 
a long time, bu! seldom or never had bo 
enrrie? a roan with a Dictionary. lie, how- 
ever gave Johnson a sent because ol hia 
other works. Tbis fancy teaches what is em- 
phatically true, tout a good, reliable Diction- 
ary is one of lhe most diilicvilt ol all books 
to make. Yet we believe thai Komi Webbteb 
would be allowed by even a a surly EnglfBB 
driver, to ride in that coacb with his Dictionary . 
Indeed, some of the highest encomiums wh^cb 
this great work lias received, have enmo across 
th S ,AUdnt^Jromjuc^a&«iat , iI^ r JWW , Kft-- 
gellJiudes. Nor hud Dr. Webster been a proph- 
et without honor in hia own oountry Tbo 
merits of bis great work have been acknowl- 
edged in every part of our land, Tho local 
prejudices of literary men in liosloa nud ils 
vicinity, have been sometimes counted on 
to oppose the New Uaven leiicograpber, but 
we notice tbat such Boston papers as 
the Transcript, Atlas and lite. Journal, 
Post, Recorder. Canon gationalitt, Iravelltr.auA 
many others, have-given Webster's last edition 
the preference over any other Dictionary of tbe 
English language. So well has it endured scru- 
tiny that local prejudice has yielded to superior 
merit. 

Noah Webster had peculiar nullifications for 
this work ; he had a mind keenly analytical ; he 
wa3 patient and int ustriotia ; he lived to a good 
old age ; he early ascertained his mission, and 
he gave himself to his work with enthusiastic 
devotion, fortunately, too, his mind wjs led, at 

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PIANOS TO RENT. 

OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW. 



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FOR 

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AYER'S 

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idwis WaiOu IWOWSWily spttog irom it, tbut 
tit* dogma of popular sovereignty was invent- 
ed. A,sulo from tlie question of sluvory or 
Jroadooi iu the Territories, 1I10 phrase has 110 
force or rtJSwimg. Tt is poihaps Uie inort ro* 
mwkable institute 011 record of an rtitaaipt to 
stifle a uuiveraal instinct of humanity by a 
BOimdiua; etmernlitr. In its correct w*"*? 
sv*rv body is m lavor of po»»'' ** r»l 

_ . , , . , i^vniiK love of liberty 

But who Out bas »■*■• <-&»•> >"e. * 

distiuctiou in the human mind between prop- j 
crty in man i\ud property in horses, houses, I 
and lauds — that puts humanity upou a level I 
■with dumb beasts and inanimate possessions? 
Ii is lime that every honest man in the 
free States had looked this infamous fallacy 
called Popular Sovereignty, squarely in tha 
face — had grappled with it and recognized iu 
true object to he to carry and protect slavery 
-where it has no right, under the lows of God 
or of man, to go. The South has the same 
rights, under the Constitution, in the ter- 
ritories that the North poisesaes. What 
ever properly a citizen of one of the 
free States may take into the territory, 
the same may bo taken there and enjoyed 
by citizens of slaveholding States. But neith- 
er the universal consent of mankind, nor tho' 
Constitution of the United States, nor the 
common law recognizes human beings as 
property, and no form of popular sovereignty 
has ever been devised, or can possibly be con- 
ceived of. which can override this great fact 
and plant slavery where it has not the pro- 
tecting a'gis of local law to defend it. Des- 
potism, terrorism and brute foreo may do it, 
as waa attempted in Kansas, but true popular 
Bovereiguty — popular sovereignty In abeyanco 
to the constitution and the eternal principles 
of right and justice — never I Any other kind 
of popular sovereignty is a lie and a cboat — a 
mere device to deceive the honest freemen of 
the North, to permit the Slaveholders of the 
South, in defiance of law and justice and the 
instincts of humanity everywhere, to carry 
slavery with its concomitants of barbarism, 
crime and ignorance, into territories that 
ought to be bald flacred to freedom, free insti- 
tutions and fre» labor, lorover. 



they are ground to the dust, thou the rumors 
of war whioh have c&iiio to .our ears will 
doubtless bo followed by demonstrations by 
which tiio peace of Europe may bo difh.rbed. 
We await tho arrival of tho uexr -« l,m£r > 

with no little solicitude; 

1 .... POOROLVI'OPE. 
The western Bnuner, (CaOiotk) fgravoly 
amnios its readers that the report that Tope 
Flu?. 1* JhJ* nbny* ,+^™ ,[;, ,''/■. T '.V. liB ,J° ,$£? 
'-1'.. .■ ■■'• if,',n i-ity, iu consequence of the pres- 
ence of God, vicegerent, will not bo felt. Wo 
aro sorry ' Could he come to America and see 
how infinitely better fed, clothed and taught 
his'Irish friends aro than iu Ireland ileelf where 
Popery curses tho soil o( their birth, he might 
go back} and. with the advice of About, gov- 
ern his subjects as if they wore better than 
bnxtQg. Tho Banner is cruel to advise him 
to stay lu Uoiuo. 

NEW PUBLICATIONS. 

TRB EOLKOi'lO TUNE BOOK; Mason Brothers, Now 
York; Koot i Cady.Olilaigo. 
This work, edited by Wm. H. Bradbury, is is- 
sued by the I'rcsbytcrino Board of Publication 
in Philadelphia, and is doubtless intended to be 
introduced into tho New School Presbyterian 
churches of the country. Wo have looked it 
over with considerable care, and are satisfied 
that it merits the important position for which 
it was designed. The publishers state that lists 
of music wore sent to a great number of the 
churches, and the selections were made from 
those most largely and generally approved. 
Some new music is added, from tho best compo- 
sers, which gives increased value to the work. 

Messrs. Itoot & Cady arc prepared to supply 
" the trade •' or the churches of the West. 



rile, fro 
1 Youn 



1 the 






THE IT1AN FOR THE CRISIS, 

The people have tried politicians, and been 
disappointed. Pierce, notorious for his talent 
as a sohemer in the held of partisanship, mis- 
erably faded to meet public expectation ; nay 
more, his administration was a burning dis- 
grace to the party that eleoted him and to the 
country which be misgoverned. When he 
■went out, all parties supposed that the worst 
had been reached — that there was no depth 
of partisan degradation that he had not sound- 
ed — no form ofoflicial malfeasance that ho bad 
not abetted. They did not know his succes- 
sor. Buchanan came into power as the "ven- 
erable public functionary," tho "veteran 
statesman," the " experienced politician," who 
■would restore peace to the country and order 
to public affairs. We oil know what he has 
done ; and we venture to say that no man in 
America, save always Benedict Arnold and 
Aaron Burr, ever fell so fast and so far as he. 
His name stinks, except in the little circle of 
toadies and lick-spittles by whom he is sur- 
round ed, wherever it is pronounced. His ad- 
ministration is the synonym for all that is trai- 
torous to freedom, and for all that is dishon- 
est, reckless, profligate and criminal in the 
managament of governmental matters. His 
education in the school in which he wag a 
cunning learner, was found to have debauched 
his moral sense, corrupted whnlover love of 
free institutions he may once have had, and 
skilled him in the base arts by which tho people 
have been abused, and his followers enriched. 
His age, experience, and supposed ability have 
made kim only bolder, more defiant of the pop- 
ular will, and more potent for mischief. 

So much for the politicians by whom the 
country has been ruled ; so much for the espe. 
rience which the sham Democracy say our 
candidate lacks; so much for the skill in ad- 
ministration which he has yet to acquire. We 
submit that the time has come when a WAN 
must be substituted for a " politician " — a pat- 
riot for a "statesman," sound sense for fineBse, 
and all-engrossing LOVE OP country for un- 
thinking fidelity to party I The country, torn, 
distracted, and impoverished by the roal-ad- 
jninistration of Presidents, who have made 
politics the business of their lives, demands the 
change. A man fresh from the peuple, whose hou- , 
esty ha3 never been corrupted byschemingand 
bargaining for place and power, who is in sym- 
pathy with the masses for whose welfare he is 
to watch, who ha3 no army of dependents to 
reward for past services, who ie the property 
of no clique, and who will go into office as 
the President of the whole country, and for 
the purpose of managing the affairs of his 
high place with a view only to the stability of 



Well, banners are flying. no 
He ad Quarters of *. « e P» bl ' f 
Old Men'" cuiral Committees, from the Cam- 
paign Club Rooms, the Stoyvesant Institute, 
aud other party localities, proclaiming that the 
New York Republicans have heartily accepted 
the People's choice. The Ward Associations 
are in turn, holding joyous Ratification Meet- 
ings night after night. Not aa "eni-^-^ 

^m\^^ n . b r d " d "«ter of this great city. 
C tf^1«D J |r 1 TunB,wBi^^"^'r«^^V 5 ^ 

most spirited demonstration yet made in tho 
North. All through the State the same excito- 
merit prevails, and you can safely wager your 
capital on the November vote of New York. 

The munitions and appurtenances of tho con- 
flict nro freely provided for and not*" ^ n °^" 

; rl AWiewam ftW?»"- °' holding 10,000 

SJUU. Untl Worthy ° f tll ° C ' ly Rc P ublUj8nS > 



Abraham Lincoln. 
[From Llie New York Jodeptndetit.J 
In Thomas Jefferson's celebrated letter to 
the New Haven merchants who had remonstra- 
ted aguiDSt the removal of Elizur Goodrich 
from the Collectorsuip of that port, and the 
appointment of a successor whose chief quali- 
fication was that he was a partisan of the Pres- 
ident, a hope is expressed that a good time may 
come when the onlv questions about a candi- 
date for office will be these three : "Is he hou - 
e gi; — la he capabltV — Ifl be faithful to the con- 
stitution '! 

When, Jefferson said a good thing he said it 
well, and this is one of his good things. These 
three questions are just the questions which 
the people of the United States ought to ask in 
regard to candidates for the Presidency. Let 
Abraham Lincoln, for example, be subjected to 
the ordeal of these questions. 

/* he honest/ Look upon his face. Is that 
an honest man? Inquire among his neighbors 
who honor his guileless integrity by tue fa- 
miliar name which expresses their confidence 
and love— Uoaest Old Abe 1 Read his speech- 
es. Hear him when ho addresses a popular as- 
sembly. The first element of his, power over 
his hearers is the irresistible conviction which 
they have of his honesty. 

Is tepapabUf Let his whole history, from 
his early and unfriended struggles, to his pres- 
ent high position among the acknowledged lead- 
ers of a'learned profession in one of the great- 
est Slatbs of the Uniou, — give the answer. Let 
the people of hia own State, who know him as 
thoroughly as thorouflhlj' as they know any 
other public mun, aav whether he ia capable. 
Let those who hoard him, a few weeks ago, nt 
the Cooper Institute, say whether ho has intel- 
ligence enough and talent enou«b to bo the suc- 
cessor pf James Buchanan, Franklin Pierce, 
Millard' Fillmore, Zacharv Tajl r, James K. 
Polk, and John Tyler. We happened to hear 
that speech. It was not as classically ornate as 
one of Edward Everett's orations, it was not 
like ODe of Thomas Jefferson's epistles, but, in 
our judgment, it was a better exhibition of that 
kinu of ability which makes a st .lesman, and 
which qualities a man for such an office 
M the Presidency, than Everett's eulogy on 
Washington, or Jefferson's letter to the New 
Haven Chamber of Commerce. A more thorough 
and exhaustive exposition of the subject which 
he had in hand, no other man could give. There 
was not a word in it of vulgar i,tump-speaking 
— not a word of the " spre-d-eogle" style of 
oratory— not a word of claptrap; it was straight- 
forward argument on the great question of the 
times, and was as able as it was honest. 

Is h* faithful to the Con dilution X. . Those 
wbn believe that the Constitution is the char- 
ier and guarantee of slavery, and that by its 
own force it caniestbe institution of slavery 
iotu all the territoiies, will say No. Such an 
answer from that uuniter is reason enough for 
everybody else to answer 1'es. The views of 
Webster, of Clay, of Marshall, of all our emi- 
nent men who lived before the new school of 
Democracy was founded by Calhoun, ore his 
views on the question now at issue. That is 
enough. 

Old Abe's Copy Book. 

Some of the relatives of Mr, Lincoln, in this 
vicmity, who have been hunting among the pa- 
pers ot his father, who di9d in this county many 
years ago, have found one of^Abe's copy books, 
bearing date in the year 1824, at which time he 
was 10 years oM. We believe there is nothing 
reinarkuhle about it, and only goes to show that 
his education was at that time far behind that 
of mo$t of tho lads ol that age of this day. 
Whether it was his good or bad fortune, Mr. 
Lincoln was without those advantages of an 
early education, which iu this generation are 
offered to every youth, lie was the child of 
poverty, but the strong powers of his intellect 
wore not to be crumped by any such untoward 
eircuinslauces, and that industry and persever- 
ance which marks the career of the truly great 
men of our nation, hiiB led the indigent hoy np 
the ateps of fame. He stands now, almost, as it 
were, on the very topmost round of the ladder, 
the admired oT his countrymen, loved by his 
acquaintances, and respected by the wise and 
learned. — Charleston [III,) Courier. 



KfyDeacon Jonathan Phillips, of the Federal 
Stieet church Boston, has presented six 6000 dol- 
lars to the society for the purpose of purchasing 
a cbime of bells lor the new church edifice that 
the congregation is now building. The new 
church, the cornerstone of which was laid on 
Monday last, will bo built in the style of the old 
Itolian'basibca.'. 



will go up r 



__xt month in a- central position. 
ii one of the most admirable features of our 
campaign discipline is the " Wide Awake " 
movement, which was of such service in Con- 
necticut and which I am glad to see is progress- 
ing in Chicago. With us, under the sumo form, 
it 1b just starting and taking another name. 
The " New York Rail-Splitter's Battalion" met 
last evening for organization at the rooms of 
the Young Men's Republican Union. They 
have adopted as their uniform the black-glazed 
caps, with white baud, lettered " Rail-Splitter's 
Battalion," black-glazed circular capes, and 
will carry torches. Their self-imposed duty is 
to act as a political police, (eminently needed 
in this city of shoulder-hitters and Empire 
Clubs j! to do escort duty to our friends from 
abroad, to attend all publio meetings in a body 
and preserve order, to attend the polls with 
the same end in.view. In New Jersey similar 
organizations are forming under the title of the 
" Lincoln Briqaue." 

There are five biographies of "Honest Old 
Abe" now offered by different publishing 
houses, and we New Yorkers would be very 
glad to learn, from the Press and Tjiibunr, 
which is considered by bis Chicago friends the 
■'standard official edition, which has received 
the approval of the President-to-be." Four 
campaign song-books are also under way in 
this city alone. As yet, uo unusually success- 
ful poetic effort has emanated from the zeal of 
our Republican bards. Probably one by Bur- 
leigh, which I saw republished in your paper, 
has been as well received as any. 

So much for one side of the New York cam- 
paign. Let me say a word of the condition of 
the opposing hosts. The Democratic party is 
indeed " disrupted and disorganized." Like 
sheep without a shephard they are all gone 
astray. 1 Tammany has no leader; it seems as 
if a day of retribution were close at hand— with 
such a series of misfortunes has the New York 
Democracy been visited. Taking no heed of 
the smash-up at Charleston, tho fall of Fowler, 
the revealed dishonesty of the Administration, 
and other signs of tae timos, the Hard and Soft 
factions keep as wide apart as ever. Even in 
her dying throes Tammany refuses to make 
friends with Fernando Wood and nla clique. 
There iS among tbem all nothing but stagnation 
aud dismay. 

This is a true pioture. The eyes of both 
factious are turned with a faint hope towards 
Baltimore for aid. But while one-half 
clamor for Douglas, the others are equally cer- 
tain that Horatio Seymour is the only salvation. 
The Douglas meeting, instigated by the 'limes, 
and got up with contributions levied from our 
conservative merchants, though very largely 
attended, was a complete failure so far as the 
intent to influence the Now York delegation to 
Baltimore was concerned. Not a single speaker 
of really influential eminence appeared on the 
platform. It looks now very much as if the 
New York delegation -would be for the New 
York ex-Governor. fifpvblieans would not ob- 
ject to having Douglas receive the nomination. 
They feel that the contest between the Little 
Giiint and our noblo candidate would be a great 
spectacle, and that the latter would just as 
surely come out ahead as he secured a popular 
majority in the last Senatorial struggle in 
Illinois. 

The Sam Houston meeting, wound the statue 
of Washington (!) in Union square, Wbb also 
a great failure. Tho crowd consisted of a curi- 
osity-attracted rabble ; the speakers were fourth- 
rate Texas blowers, and the entire affair waa 
devoid of any kind of significance. 

As for Bell and Everett, one never so much as 
hears their names mentioned within the city 
limits. Occasionally a comic paper depicts 
them as two "exhumed fossils,' and this is 
almost the only attention they receive. 

There is something very funny about the Bell 
and Everett nomination. 

I have thus given you a truthful picture of 
the state of politicul feeling- among us here. 
And how any one, cognizant of it, can predict 
any other than a Republican victory in New 
York is more than I can understand. My next 
letter shall not be wholly devoted to politics. 
Launcelot. 



and a tornado. It is alleged we have had tho 
cholera and tho fire, if so, nothing remoinB hut 
the tornado. If it comes, God preserve us safe 
through it. Amen. Yours, J A T- 

j>_ g_ The thunder and hail storm of May 

2d, brought vivid lightning aud heavy thunder. 
Ono boll oiruek and caved in the spire of tho 
naptist Church in Crhana, and besides, peeled 
off the front paint and clapboards, knocked two 
persons senseless, and frightened many others. 
SKSS S5S MRiaTB J. A pt 11, V "MgUWfUi. m>" -■ 
under similar circumstances ; uamn'r. while out 



iu the open Holds or prairi' 



A fog this morn 1 "^. ' 



thia latitude, took tho 



tioipattd frost of last nigh* 



starch out .ribe 

,j me young corn still carries a green ilag 

signalling a big crop to follow. 

The Slutting Slilp. 

BnUKohXU), HI., Judo 1, 1B60. 
KrtltoM Press and Tribune: 

At our meeting lust evening ( Wide-Awakes) 
the assembled Republicans were surprised by 
the announcement by a Democrat present, (who 
was on their City Ticket in April) of his inten- 
tion of leaving that corrupt party. He " made 
public confession of faith, " and asked that his 
name might be enrolled upon our long list of 
" W. W's." "Thus goeB tho cause most brave- 
ly on." Put down old Sangamon good for 200 
majority in November, and you will then fall 
below what we intend to do for Lincoln and 
Hamlin. Yours, 

" Wide Awake." 



Uood Hews fr«m Iudfaua. 

Lavatbttk, led.. May S't, 1BGQ. 
Editors Presa una Tribune: 

You are aware that the Wabash Valley wan- 
ted " Honest Old Abe" to be their Republican 
standard-bearer, and in that they have got him. 
There is great enthusiasm among the yeoman- 
ry of the HoosierState. Never were men more 
confident, more cheerful and more eager for the 
good work than those I have met in Tippecanoe 
county. They say that they will carry it by an 
increased majority. 



Good New* from Central Iowa : 

Wa«uikoi«Ni lowo, May 31, I860. 
Editors Press and Trlbuue: 

Tho ball rolls on I We bad a large and very 
enthusiastic meeting yesterday, ratifying the 
nominations at Chicago and Iowa City. It was 
a -miniature "Wigwam" demonstration, as in- 
tense and genuine in feeling. Filz Henry War- 
ren, one of our electors, whose political articles 
to the Springfield (Mass.) XtftutiUaan are widely 
read and appreciated, addressed the meeting 
in tho afternoon and evening. Several other 
gentlemen also spoke on the same occasion. 
At night there was a display of transparencies, 
and a torch light procession as brilliant as ever 
was gotten up west ef the Mississippi. You 
maybe assured 1he right spirit prevails here. 
'■ Honest Old Abe" reflects the sentiment of 
this people and will receive their hearty sup- 
port. Our Congressional Convention meets at 
Oskaloosa' the 2<Hh proximo. Cot. Curtis, the 
present member, whoso efficiency and integrity 
are universally acknowledged, is the most prom- 
inent candidate for nomination. The Demo- 
cracy will make a strong effort to defeat 
the Republican nominee. Already one 
thousand raihiad Irish are shipped to the ter- 
minus of tho Burlington and Ottumwa Railroad, 
osUnsihlij to commence work, really to strength- 
en the Democratic party. Vigilance and labor 
must be the watchwords; the Demcrucy is at 
its old game again. The aids to Republican 
success are by no means overlooked. You will 
not then be surprised to find subjoined a club 
of seventeen subscribers for your invaluable 
daily. The club was procured bv one of our 

Fillmore man. He sciya the old party is fossil- 
ized, and be prefers acting with a live and true 
one, hence to-day he is a live Republican. He 
is but one of scoreB in this community. Mark 
down Washington county 500 ; the State 10,000 
■ for Lincoln, Hamlin, and right rule. 

Vos I'OPULI. 



Lincoln In Ohio. 

Cbio*uo, Ma?M, 18C0. 
Editors Tress and Tribune: 

The following extract from a private letter, 
written by an Intelligent and sub3tantial farmer 
in Union county, Ohio, very clearly indicates 
tho prevailing sentiment of the masses— the 
yeomanry of the land — in regard to the nomi- 
nation of "Old Honest Abe ": 

"We got the word hist night (Saturday, May 
IS,) that Lincoln had the nomination, and I can 
heartily say good, for I have long been a Lin- 
coln man. 1 can hurrah for "Lincoln'.' with 
right good will; and I think leas objection can 
he raised to him than to any other man pro- 
posed. He is a self-made man, who came up 
a-foot. We like bis tact — we lite bis argumen- 
tative powers— we like bis logic, and we like the 
whole man/* 



Li. Salle. June, 1st, 1S60. 
EdlWr? Press aud Tribune: 

In yonr daily of yesterday's date, I notice a 
dispatch from LaSalle to you, of the 30th, say- 
ing "five feet on Tree-top Par." It is greatly in 
error, as we have not had that much water on 
theRar, on this little rise. And it will ho a 
very serious damage to tho boating interest on 
the canal, to have such reports circulated, as I 
hear of a great many boats loading at Chicago 
for St. Louis, and tbey will get down here to 
find less than three feet, by the time they get 
down. It is not only a great loss to boat own- 
ers, but a disappointment to owners and con- 
signees of the lumber. 

On tho 20th and 27th the river came to a 
stand, and there was four feet and ten inches 
on Tree-Top Bar, and on the 27th it commenced 
falling and has gone down fourteen inches, and 
to-day, on the Par, there is three feet and eight 
inches—and falling. Beardstown Bar and Na- 
ples Flats' despatches of yesterday's date re- 
port to me three feet and no rains. So, you see, 
Mr. Canaller has a hnrd road to travel to St. 
Louis. The above is the condition of the river 
at this date. Yours truly, 

V, h. Hdktoox. 



of the feminine charms be finds surrounding 
him. The American Indies seem to have got 
into bis head. He has confided to me an earn- 
est deBire to discover a suitable wife in this 
country, with whoar he may peacefully live for- 
i-ver, without a thought of returning to Japan. 
Wheu fans are bunded to him for his autograph, 
he writes upon them—" I like American ladv 
very much ; I want to marry and live with 
pletty lady"— ("pletty" being an amondation 
of bis own upon pretty. 1 Moreover, the eenti- 

CLited. flc ft - UM2JP6& P.?*-.. Bevies, of. maid- 
luotaut hands. Matrons, too, proLTer him atten- 
tions, hot, wiih keen discrimination, ho is gen- 
erally taken with a fit of business when the 
smiles that greet him are not smiles 
of youthful beauty. Whether Tommy 
will or will not be spoiled by the favors that de- 
scend upou him, is a question that seriously 
agttates hii older and more experienced com- 
panions, who occasionally strive, without much 
effect, to subdue his tumultuous temper. 

Tommy has already learned to sing and whis- 
tle — a great acquisition, since Japanese are not 
singing people, and have but lew musical in- 
alruments. He has already mastered "Hail 
Columbia," and " Pop goes the Weasel, "which 
he persists In calhu^ " Poppy goes the Weasel," 
and thinks the extra syllable rather n good 
thing. I regret to say he is. extending his 
American uciiuiretneiits' in a less praiseworthy 
direction, for he ia getting to swear after a cu- 
rious nuiuner ; and, when over excited, mingles 
undue profanity "ith his conversation in very 
inapplicable wavs. But Tommy has no notion 
of impropriety connected with his oaths; he 
looks upon thorn 113 emphatic expletives, which, 
having heard, he cannot do better than to cher- 
ish, and make useof. 

A beautilul liltlngirl, six or seven years old, 
was brought bv Mayor Berret to see the Jupan- 
'ese. Tommy oirectly assumed a deep interest 
in her. He explained to her all sorts of things, 
and for once repressed bis boisterous instincts. 
Ho kept culling all his companion* to look at 
the pretty stranger, nod when she was about 

foing away, asked; "Is it permitted here to 
iss a little girl so young as that?" — adding 
that in Japan it was considered exactly the cor- 
rect thing to do. 

EPCHAXGIJfG PI1ESENTS. 

Now enters a siogiilur old, gentleman, whose 
real rank I hud difficulty iu ascertaining, hut 
who appears to enjoy a great deal of inexplica- 
ble freedom among the higher officers. His 
nameisGomi Yasoornyanioon, and his prov- 
ince seems to be to moke friends by immoder- 
ate distribution of presents. He comes now 
with sieves and rone replete with trinkets, to- 
bacco pouches, cundies. little cups, which he 
consigns, with ineffable smiles, to the few best 
among his America* friends. For these, how- 
ever, he is not unwilling to receive present* in 
return, and the gilt of a handkerchief tills him 
with delight, which rises to rapture when tho 
congenialaccompLniment of a flask of perfume 
is offered. The sight of the handkerchief arous- 
es Ishekawa's acquisitiveness, and he proceeds 
to unwrap a pair of Japanese stockings, which 
he balances 10 hishaod doubtingly, as if to ex- 
cite alternate hopes and disappointments. But 
when a pair of American stockings ore laid on 
his knee, irresolution vanishes, and he makes 
over the bit of 'property with promptness. In 
like manner manv other little exchanges are 
effected, all very satisfying to both sides. 

Other barters, openly proposed by them, are 
effected, and I gain a stock of Japanese litera- 
ture sufficient for the study of a lifetime, the 
most important volume being a complete dic- 
tionary in the three written languages, profuse- 
lv illustrated in a manner that puts the new 
Worcester in the shade. Their method of print- 
ing aud binding books is peculiar. The im- 
pressions are made upon ono side of a very 
loDg strip of paper, which, in binding, is folded 
together like some of our comic picture series, 
o- liU. f,,,. n„d Butteied, nt, the. hack. , Of 
course, half the pageu ot a book are thus lett 
blank, but as the leaves are never cut, this in- 
ter/ores in no way with the convenience of tho 
reader. 

As evening advances, tho Japanese are called 
to their ham and rice, and as they rise to go, 
shower fervent adieus upon all their visitors. 
Now, if ever, I must leave them ; for if I wait 
till their turn, Ishall find new motive for delay, 
and never gain the resolution to withdraw from 
their always refreshing and entertaining com- 
panionship. 

TUB CENSORS AND SECRETARIES. 

Passing from the apartment of Ukatore, I 
loiter awnile in the little room of Josigoro, Sin- 
jero and Scojero, three exceedingly merry men, 
who laugh all the time, aud are always desirous 
of investing themselves with articles of Ameri- 
can clothing, out of pure relish for the droll, 
low-comedy appearance it gives them. It is 
painful to learn that the offices of these gentle- 
men are not such us can command a deep re- 
spect. They are, to put it very mildly, among 
the scrutineers of the Embassy. Iu an ad- 
jacent chamber are the Embassy s secretaries, 
all men of studious mien and intense habits of 
application to pen and brush. They sit now at 
their tables, with many sheets of carefully 
cyphered inscriptions beside and around them. 
Some wear spectacles with great round glasses, 
held on by short, stiff steel wires which press 
against the sides of the head. They pause on- 
ly to give welcome to those who enter, and then 
pursue their tasks. With them, wtiiing is a 
severe labor, for they eschew the simple Kata- 
kana, and adopt always the Jsue, or complica- 
ted Chinese character. They hold their brushes 
straight upright, aud point each line with cau- 
tious delicacy. An hour scarcely suffices them 
to till half a "dozen small pages. At length one 
finishes his day's duty, and turns, not to recrea- 
tion, but to hts English dictionaries, settling 
himself for some hours' work upon our lan- 
guage. He has procured a number of little 
English books, among which I notice a Manual 
of Etiquette, tho last species of literature ne- 
cessary (or Japanese perusal. 

THE SERVANTS' ROOM— A UERRY PARTY. 

At the end of the Japanese corridor, there is 
a small apartment which I find most of all at- 
tractive. No air of rare gentility pervades this 
chamber, and, while the same gentle courtesies 
elsewhere shown are also here to he found, 
stern forms of dignity ere unrecognized. A 
number of Japanese servants here do congre- 
gate. Their door is always open, aad invitation 
beamB upon tho passerby. Once within, the 
contagion of their light spirits cannot be resist- 
ed. 7okes fly incess-autlv aroand, never miss- 
ing their aim, always drawing forth applause. 
Among this gay fraternity is llooienyitzie, the 
artist who, on board the Philadelphia, pro- 
duced the drawing which yon hiive published, 
and who consequently, in addition to his O.her 
distinctions, ranks as contributor to your col- 
umns. Iremember the night when the ZW&uiM 



The following are tho reports, tho preamble of 
tho majority report being condensed : 

MAJORITY REPORT ON LAV DELEGATION. 

The majority report that some of the Annual 
Conferences took no action upon either the 
East Genesee or Oregon rules upon ihis sub- 
ject, but so far as ascertained a large majority 
have voted against these rules. This, however, 
tho oommilteo does not recognize as a decisivo 
vote of the Conferences. Several Presiding 
Elders have presented the snhject to their Quar- 
terly Conferences; 137 of them have voted; 71 

There have been lfi petitions received by G79 
members for and -l'> against the change. In ad- 
dition, the scheme has the favoring voiceof one 
Steward's meeting aud a convention partially 
representing 23 cuurches ia Philadelphia. It 
is evident that the great body of the church has 
not yet spoken on the question, so that the 
Conference is not now prepared to act in the 
premises. The committee think that whenev- 
er the laity manifest a desire to be represented, 
they ought to he allowed the privilege. As 
ministers, tho committee do not feel ambitious 
to retain a power which was tirst devolved upon 
them, not from their choice, hut from necessi- 
ty. This necen?ily no longer exist*, and they 
hope that tho laity will bo introduced into the 
General Conferences, and that their introduc- 
tion will give them a deeper interest in the af- 
fairs of Zion. 

They therefore submit the following plan for 
lay representation in the General Conference and 
shall present it to tho various Annual Confer- 
ences for their action,' If the plan obtains the 
sanction of a majority of members voting, it 
shall become a law upon a declaration of such 
vote by. the Bishops: 

"The Discipline shall bo so altered in chap. 
3, seo. 2, page ;)■!, 11ns. 1, us to read — 

1. The General Conference shall be composed 

of one clerical member for every members 

of each Annual Conference, to be appointed 
either by seniority or choice, at the discretion 
of each Annual Conference; yet bo that eaoh 
representative shall have traveled nt least four 
full calender years from the time that they were 
received on trial by an Annual Conference, and 
in full connection at the time of holding the 
Conference. 

And the General Conferenceshall also consist 
of a number of J<ay Delegates, chosen from with- 
in the bounds of each Annual Conference, equal 
to the number or Clerical Delegates. 

2. Any mule member of the Church, not un- 
der thirty years of age, und having been in good 
Standing for five consecutive y ears at the lime 

.of the election, shall be eligible lo tho office «f 
Delegate- 

3. Each circuit and station shall bo entitled 
to ont elector, to be chosen once in four years, 
by ballot, in the Quarterly Conference next pre- 
ceding the session of the Annual Conference 
to which it belongs. No member of an Annual 
Conference shall bo entitled to vote at such 
e lectio 



.. The electors chosen as above shall meet 
at the Beat of tho Annual Conference on the 
first Friday of the Session next preceding the 
General Conference, and, having been duly or- 
ganized, shall proceed to elect by ballot the 
number of delegatus to which they are enti- 
tled. The Secretary of said meeting shall 
furnish a certificate of election to the several 
delegates. 

5. The Lav Delegutes shall beeutitled toseat3 
with the Clerical Delegates, and to equal rights 
and privileges. Provided that tbey shall not sit 
on the trial of a Bishop nor on the appeal of a 
Minister. 

The lay and clerical delegates shall vote to- 
gether, and the votes thus cast shall he so count- 
ed and recorded ; unless teu members shall call 
for the vote by the lay and clerical delegates 
separately, when the voto shall be so taken, 
counted and recorded. And iu such case no 
measure shall be passed without a majority of 
the votes cunt by each bra nch of delegates. But 
in case Ot the election or General Conference 
Uflicers, the vote shall be by joint ballot. 

MINORITY RKPOltT ON LAY DELEGATION. 

Whereas, the introduction of Day Delegations" 
into the General and Annual Conferences, or 
into the General Conference alone, is an organic 
change of gri-at magnitude, which has hitherto 
beeu considered by the best minds of the Church, . 
iu the laity and ministry as of doubtful and 
dangerous expediency, &c. 

Whereas, we hayc strong grounds to appre- 
hend, if introduced.it would seriously affect the 
interests and the government of the church if 
not ultimately impair and then destroyour whole 
itinerant system; therefore: 

JitBolvid, That, iu our judgment such change 
should not be attempted, if at all, without great 
caution and, mature consideration, and then 
only after a clear and full expression of the laity 
and the coustitutional concurrence of the min- 
istry. 

liesolvid, That in view ot i\\a general satisfac- 
tion of the laity with the government ot the 
church, and iu view of the action of tho annual 
conferences against the proposed change, and a 
mujorily of the official aud non official members, 
as fur us they have expressed to us their opin- 
ion, being adverse to Day Delegations, we deem 
it inexpedient to inaugurate any plan at present 
that would change the" constitution of either the 
General or Annual Conferences. 

THE VOTE ON THE CHANGE OF ROLE. 

The following are the ayes and noes on the 
motion lor the change of rule so as to make 
non-stiivcholding a test of membership : 

Ayes— 9l)bi<t' Aiiu-lr..HL\ A vtts uf LHlawi.re U»ln, Bsi- 
Irerrx Uiud: Hlver. li:iVir..i Lrle, [t:nr..na, UjtIIi, Hnc, 
KvuhrU l;i.-..]o« Hli.;l...rL., J !!»-■=, liixt>>\ Bhi.l..-., Dl»ke. 

Ii -.t L . 1 '1 : r .,,1 , ,jt ll.i.i.'.- it-.. In ■■.in ..■! Mi-w luik, lirowu 

l.f I'rOVi.lCN'lf, lUna'/Lilum-I.. lI'llli.rO.O.irj.J'l.ti.T, I'W-iu 

r.rEri.', flui'lii "I rv-A l-.i'C ■" '!■<' iuk..-..| Lrlv, Clork of 
■ 'loll. Coiamrorni ■' 



a passage— that he had driven the coach for 
a long time, but seldom or never had ho 
carried a man with a Diotionary. lie, how- 
ever, gave Johnson u seat becauso of his 
other works. This fancy teaches what is em- 
phatically true, tuat a good, reliable Diction- 
ary, is ono of the most difficult of all books 
to make. Yet we believe that Noati Websteb 
would be allowed by even n a surly English 
driver, to ride in that coach with his Dictionary. 
Indeed, some of the highest encomiums which 
this great work has received, have come across 
Uio.jtiiftirtvE'-.'vro.aucbjuft? «a. I .itd.'. t uvnnb?m. 
gcll James. Nor has Dr. Webster been a proph- 
et without honor in his own country The 
merits of bis great work have been acknowl- 
edged in every part of our land. The local 
prejudices of literary men in Boston aud its 
vicinity, have been sometimes counted on 
to oppose the New Haven lexicographer, but 
we .notice that such Boston papers as 
the Transcript, Atlas and Bee, Journal, 
Post, liteorder. Congn Rationalist, TraveUtr.aod 
many others, havegiveu Webster's lastedition 
the preference over auy other Dictionary of the 
English language. So weli bus it endured scru- 
tiny that local prejudice has yielded to superior 
merit. 

Noah Webster had peculiar tmalifications for 
this Work ; he had a mind keenly analytical ; he 
was patient and End ustrious ; he lived to a good 
old age; he early ascertained his mission, aud 
he gave himself to bis work with enthusiastic 
devotion. Fortunately, too, his mind was led, at 
the outset, to the importance of simplifying our 
language, aud reducing iisspelhng and'pronun- 
ciation to as great uniformity as practicable. 
This was in accordance with the spirit of the 
age, which cannot endure pedantry, and which 
demands that the road to knowledge shall bo 
made as plain as possible. Iu his earliest pub- 
lications he went too far with his proposed 
changes, but in his matuxor years he corrected 
his own errdrs, aud made a dictionary which, 
at its first appearance, as all will admit, had 
never been equalled. 

Since he passed away others have labored in 
the same field with some advantages aud some 
disadvantages, as compared with him. Possi- 
bly his dictionary would have been supplanted 
had not the enterprising publishers employed 
the ablest of his pupils to revise, enlarge and 
adapt it to the changes which are constantly oc- 
curring. Dr. C. A.Goodrich and others have 
had the responsibility of this revision. As it 
is obvious that good illustrative cuts will some- 
times show to the eye at a glance what no num- 
ber of words would bring to the common ap« 
prehension, the publishers have, in this edition, 

fiiven us 1,500 beautiful illustrations of the de- 
neations, They are an invaluable help to the 
student, 

The mechanical execution of the volume is 
excellent. It ia true, a larger page and larger 
type might. have beeu used, but it would swell 
the volume to an inconvenient size, besides in- 
creasing propOrtionably the expense. 

Webster's Dictionary has long been accepted 
as the best ; and, although we are not ready to 
subscribe to the strong statement ot Rev. Dr. 
Dick, of Scotland, that " ages will elapse bc« 
fore anv other will be required," we can still 
predict "that, with occasional additions and re- 
visions, it will long be sufficient for our wants, 
— St. Louis (Mo.) liepubliejin. 



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Solf-VcntiUUiiig ' ofrigcrator, 

TuolioM llilnjiof the kind ever mnmitictnn'il to wlildh 
the tttti'iillnn <>f « very limi-ti linqn'.r I" t.-»i>i" tllilly Invite*! 
Ic«l*oxcfl, Wotot Coolers wllli Vllteramiaclint or without 

UEDZIE'S WATER FILTER, 

An Mecllerit mini sure u rtlcli' fur cl'-iirliip: ami i.nrlfylng Rain 
HWer, or Luke Wiitur. A!f". n hi,. ill. r one ....iivOJUoUt lor 
Offices, Jic. 

Maeser's 5 Minute Ico Cream Freeier, 

WEATHER STRIPS for keeping llin dust nnd wtafl 
from coining lliroiiijli I.hibhj iIuuihiiIi 1 i-.iiUlun window*. 
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE GENERALLY. 

JPtdtn Tin ll'Vire 

AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Will funilflh Lumbermen lor tlic Pliierlus, Sttomtri mU 
Canal bonti wlili I'umpj, Low Limits, Udiiu, &c, Jc*. 
Ordflrt solicited. 

" Old Dominion"' Otfre and Tea 1'ols, OlirBlermui"* A 
ni os t nil trio illito. Koollug ,Jio., woL douc loonier. 

Japanned W*ro, Tea OftnllUri, Orncor's Canlito 
Lamp*, Toilet Seta, Cliamtiur 1'alls, at., ie., A*. 

Plainly or Extra Finished Old Wara made. New by ■.<■■»/ 
ro-JappUDlntc. 

Stove", Rnnecj, Hot Air Furnaces, Heaters, TenttHtart, 
F>ejt'-'*t'-Ts and Kitchen Ulemlls. 

Hardware, Cutlery', Kills, etc., at retail. 

I'lumbluc, Caspar, Sheet Iron, Tin Work- ur,d ' .. : «.. ->■ 
lOMlOOiifcr. 

Thomas George. 

225 kAKE'ST., COR. FICANKLIS. 



FOR ALL KIND* OF 
CLOTUIN4; FOR 

Men aud Boys, 
EASTERN "CLOTHING EWPOHIIH, 

110 • • Itaiidolpli Street . . 110 

ap4b991 «m 



BABCOCK & PEEK, 
I Kucee-^orn to Wllhird, Peek A U0.1 
.KtmSolpta Street 



.171 



ADD-ON GRAVES, 



■78 Lake Street, Chicago, 

mhlS '«-ly 



MONEY TO LOAN 
10 per Cent, for Five Teari. 



1T1 

HAHOOANY, ROSEWOOD AND WAiNUT. ALSO 

OHAMUER, DJNINO-ROOM.AND UOUMOH 

FURNITDKE IN GREAT VAR1ETT. 

Wood Seat und Cane Seat Chairs, Bed* 

nteada aud llureaua, 

wy Particular Attention paid to Country Ordera. ftnd o 

rttrnlialrm Hotels, etc »lfl-nfe{0-ly 



FANCY STEAM DYE WORKS, 
OF SIDNEY KALISH, 

IBS Sooth Clark St., bet ween Monrouund AdamiSU.," 

Omoioo. Iu.. 
I have boennwardodlLa Dnt prvinlum at Uio lata U. *, 
Voir. All country ordire by eiprtaSbiriolly altundtd til. 



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EW STORE.— NEW GOODS. 
WARNEK - *; RUST, 

Wholesale dealers In 

Wooden and Willow Ware, Brooms 

nini Brooni ITIuti>rlal», Tubi, 

I'iiilM, Cliurnt and Uowlfl, 

And Oooda eenerolly kept In tbo Hoe. For goodd and t- 



AfASSEirS FIVE MINUTE 
Ice Cream Freezer, 

AS IMPROVED i'OR IBM. 

WILL Humped Iron Covers and Ilottoms— Tinned, 

Wit* Only yreettr l£notcn t which Im Co** 

mtrucfttl on Tru* ttel'ittilU 

Principle* ! 

The Cheapest, Best, and Most Economical, requiring lew 
Ice and loss Inb'T ttjao miy other, beluij at the same time 
thum'tt durable l " structure, aad meat certain Itsopom- 
U ULS . For wile at 

VAN SI II V .14 Ii 'N, 

47 Si a to Street 

O r "0«Derjl I'l.i.-.rlii Housekeeping Articles, 



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~H>mai flutiuK 



ttusmesss Caclis. 



{^"Health and Long Life. — Many 

elderly parson* ct boiti tales who fuel that Iter seed 
BOtnetotag to roi^orc* their debilitated «Tstems,'a.rc afraid 
to retort to ordlna-y stimulant', bcc*u!0 they know tho 
temporary excltemant they produce la followed by terrible 
prostration, l'wdtely wl.it they require Is supplied in 
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH HITTERS. This ureal 
restorative combines the tonic elements they need, an A Its 
beuafltsamol mom' nt try hut permanent. The strength it 
Imparts wmain*, and InorMM* day by day, If the Bltli w 
are taken repilatlv In conformity with the directions on the 
bottle. That health miy be r.cvrersd and life prolonged 
by Its use, there Uao manner of doubt. We commend It 
It to all who suffer from Dyspepsia, Dlanhtea, DjieoUiy 
general debility, and the natural decay consequent uptn 
&A age. jeldAwSw 



[^"Alorals, ts. Brandretli's Pills. — 

Headache's axe nature's warnings, aid have their origin In 
lmporfott d gesUon, produces gassts which ascend to Uio 
head, causing expansion or the covering of the bialn, and 
varying In Intensity according to the habits ol the Individ' 
ua!. Qncortwobrt!.i:do6esof Bran ireLh'j rills will cur.? ; 
and when they aro swall>wedall dinger of apoplexy la 
passed. Iho pain and dlumesi will vanish nftor the first 
sleep. Do not let any time bo lost. The confluences of 
Irregularities aro thus cured, and the tody and mind aro 
better able thereafter to withstand temptations, llr^i- 
dreth'sPlUs will yet be apprecinted by morallsta, 

D. BRANaRETH. M. D. 
Sold at 2M Canal street, Brandreth's Building, and by oil 
Nspoclablo dealers In meilcliio. Jeld&wlm 

£t^ = 'MeyerB' Miraculous Vermin Dis- 

troyer, the oldest and best remedy for Exterminating EATS 
andMICE- COCKROACHES, BUGS, ANTS, MOSQUI- 
TOES, FLEAS, MOTHS, GRAIN-WORMS and GAR- 
DEN' INSECTS. 

IW Friielpal Depot 613 Broadway, Nsw York. 

Sold by drnggi-ta everywhere. my23cllO-S-m 

!§* Bourbon Whisky Bitters — 

These popular BmKna possess all tha nourishing and 
Invigorating propert es ol Pube Old Botoboh Whisht, 
and arocons'dered th-- n:ost efficacious Tomo and Srnrc- 
last, as well as the meat tgrresiMe Stoiuchio ever of- 
fered, to the public. As a Tonlo to Old People, delicate 
Ladles, ccnva'cscent invalids, and all weakly people, they 
cannot be surpassed ; la alt easas of Weakness or Debility, 
Ihey will give Immediate reUcf, and Impart a strong healthy 
tone to the system. A trial will establish their merit* 
overall other Tonics now In use. For Lena Com-LAiKTa, 
Baascmxi', DrsrErsn, Kebvocs Disiisrs lid Livm. 
Comflitsts, they are an invaluable Remedy ; and ate a 
certain preventive of Chills and FXvxns. 

Pat up In Qnart Bottles, in cases of one and two doien, 
and for sile by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. 

W. F. & A. W. GREELEY, Proprietors, No. 2i Tre- 
tnODt street, Boston, Mass. 

J. H. JOHNSON, General Agent, 

No. 70 State street, Chicago. 

R. .<■ LAMMS, Agent. aplTiO-dawl y 

C^Dr. McClintock's Cough and 

Cold Mlsture consists of a variety of veRetatle fpeclflcs Tor 
pulmonary irritation, combined in one Infallable antidote, 
by a physician acknowledged, by bis professional brethren, 
to nave " no Enperiot." ltdlsslpatas Immediately the moat 
distressing symptoms of Cold, Cough, or Sore Throat, and 
removes It entirely In an Incrcdahly short time. Trice 35c, 
Sold by JOHN D. TARK, 1M Like street. myS-lm 



E^iT* Those who are Curious *,o wit- 
ness the wonderful perfection to which A, Ohawa dt (Into 
manager at BatchelorXN.Y.) has brought the manufac- 
ture of V7lga and Toupees, are invited to visit his Wig and 
Hair D ring Rooms, at No. 100 Lake street and examine 
these cirlous productions of art, No scrutiny cm doted 
the artlilclal fircm the natural when adjusted to Uiehead. 



EStf" Dyspepsia. — This is a very dis- 
tressing complaint, and gives the patient more suffering 
than almost any other cSUease ; In fact It is a combination of 
many complaints in one. The symptoms are numerous, 
and are of tha nature of almost all other com pHIn la com- 
bined. From this fact arises the very many cases whore 
this disease is mistaken for some Other, and a? Improperly 
treated. T be first symptoms— Indigestion, flatulency, loa 
of appetite, b earth nrn, headache, etc., if neglected, almost 
alwaysawaken some dormant disease, and send the poor 
eutTerer to a premature prave. What you must Grot do Is 
cleanse the blood and regulate the bowels ; do this with the 
" Mountain Herb Pills, " and you can bid defiance to Dys- 

ndion'a Mountain Herb Pills are sold by all Medicine 
Dealers. mylfilm 



t^*Bryan's Tasteless Vermifuge. — 

Br S^uiBE Joyce. 
Jolly times at our home, all the Children well; 
Thought that worms would kill 'em, thought so for a spell. 
Dtdnt think so afterwards, when I up and tried 
Bryan's Tasteless Vermifuge, 'twas the wonus that died ! 

ty Put up Bottles, price 3>J dimes. Sold by JOHH D. 
PARK, 124 Lake street. mrtxlm 



EG^Congress "Water.— Much spuri- 
ous mineral water has been imposed on the public as "CON- 
GRESS WATER" by unprincipled persona or counterfeit- 
ers, who, when they date not use that name, call It" Siro- 
togj." Water ; which many persons suppose to be the real 
HUe of the Congress Water, although It Is only the nntno 
Of the lawn in which the Spring is situated. 

To protect the public from such Impositions, wo have all 
our Corks Eranied thas : 

: CONGRESS : 
: 0. W. : 
: WATER. : 

Any one not baring those words and letters on the Corks, 
are counterfeit; and the purchaser should prosecute the 
seller for swindling. 

OS-Orders will receive prompt attention If addressed to 
us at Congress Spring, Saratoga, New York, or at •bt 
Southern Depot Of Congress IFater In New York city. 
CLaRKE at WB1TE, 

Proprietors Congress Springs. 

Uessrs. Gage, Bro. & Drake, Tremont Bouse ; Gale Bros. 
J. H. Reed & Co.; Fentoa, Robinson 4 Smith ; F. A. 
Bryan, Esq,; W. F. Tucker A Co., of Chicago, Ullnols, are 
■applied with the genuine Congress Water direct from ou. 
house ; and we would recommend them favorably to per 
■ona In Cnlcigo, or vicinity, who desire to purchase cane. 
DR Conprress Water. CLAf.KE A WHITE. 

myTc371- 



ESfDr. J as. McClintock's Aelhma 

Remedy,— Prepared exclusively from vegetable substances, 
aontainlng no narcotic, and acting upon the pulmonary or- 
gans is a (oulhlog, an II -Inflammatory, and yet Invigorating 
agent, this preparation iathe only uniform, certain and safe 
Bptdflc lor acute and chronic Aa'hma and whooping eougb. 
Price 60 cents. Sold by JOHN D. PARK, 111 Lake 



XJKNRY A. KAUFFMAN, 

■HTEUrrVE rOLICB AQENOT, 

And County Constable, 

OfflM, No. T3 Sfiutb Clark ttreet, (up-st&ln.) 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

gy Coiloctlons promptly attended to. mylffcT-ly 



SK. DOW, 
• ATTOR N EY AT LAW, 

• Mil. > No. 1, Methodist «i.hh. 

Corner Ularb and Waahlngten streets, Chicago, Dllnbll 
nil 7' SO ■ 1 y _^ 



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ELVILLE W. FULLER, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY 

J\'o. 1 .nethndUt Block. 

ulhoastconur Cliirk ^in] Wi^liinglnii-t-i. myJoMS-Sm 



1TARK & ISIIAM, 

J ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

Ituom 4-*80 Fttarborn Strut. 

Chicago, Illinois. 
a. l. bi\hk, jb ip806137-3m wtt. s. tsuau. 



STILES & DEAN, 
C'0UNSE1^)R8 AT LAW ASH SOLICITOUS IS UdAKOHIT, 

Room No. 11, Dickey's Dull.ilr.p, ..>rnL'rLakesjidDearbora 
btrcct, Ohlcago, 111. 

S. 4 D. will ntt"tni tn alt lni?iii.'ai in-rtaliiing to their pro- 
fc— l..n. In rt.i- m ver:il Cf'iirts cf U.e l'\<< an>! t'onntv. 

Thev liEvti; id I i.w- t. B:t-:«-ll A. lll'K M. D. tlllnian 
iO»,,lw|.b 11. lv, Kh -,-u, K v.i,. S..vipi.>, Kt-itli .t i:o., J;n. 
Larmoii, Km]., II.. .!;■,. ,V ■ ■■ . .P. M M , r .' al', t>q., Cfcl- 

Hrr.liii'r/,"N.;» •<•!■' •<.-, 1 ,. , .". .t't ,-,... Hit ,'e, ■].",' Pres. 
Atliiiillc lUnt, rii.-.'. Mi". H.-rv ].. Li-.-itt, E-(]., 
li.n.-ton. Mi".; fVin ;■ ■. . .;;.,.;. I 1 .!', r, AuU*, W»>'i>i 

A Bayley, do.;'Wm.BntlI] ta, tso.. do. 

p. n. aTlLm. lapl6'6U-ly| w«. m nj pjij 



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AXWELL & DART, 

BANKERS AND STOOK BROKERS, 
JV*. f U A"jT/jo»f< JFIac; 



. ,.. andloansnegotiated. Advnnocs made on 
Stock &ll'i7, ■cs. stncH" ami Honda bcu^ht and aold on 
ComK(i'Mii»u,-A:, !■:■!■■ r.- r<r<:nii|>tl> E.tlcnded to. 

T!.i 1 ii.'.''..i-'l. .■i'jll>[... ):.-,; Bu:.il:. s?-.-i_i. i ... i,r fciranlP wlJ 
mall. nih?l-1ycS78 



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f^S'AWFORD, SliARP & CO., 

V^/TMI'ilKTKKS AN Li DEALEKMn Crockery, Glass 
und China * : l i ■ J ■ Citltry, L'iufcii 1( ;<Jlas.=ea, Castors and Brl- 

lah Ware. X-. !'•-■ i..i:--t--;.fi; !-■■,.■. iu. maiiT.M-lT 



IT. 



C. KELLY, 

J TTORA-PT AT LAW, 



KNOX, EUSTACE & REED. 
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 
NO. 130 CLARK STREET, 

Between Washington anil Madison, Chicago, HI. 
Joseph Euoi. Jomt V. Epstaoi. Cbas. H. Rod, 



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PIES & BURT, 

.COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
JVe. 75 Chtstnui. JVorttt 8t<te. 



i Chicago— Scrlppa ft Bross. 



Jiflonrfi auii ©xcijangi; 



JJONEY LOANED 

FIRST-CLASS SECURITIES, 

Banking; Office of Wm. H. Rice & Co., 

NO. C.1 CLARK STREET. 
Three to five year Loans at 10 p?r cent. Sbort Paper 
Discounted. Cash advances on Warehouse Receipts 
BT~Clty Scrip wanted. my2?c4W-3m 



T?XCHANGE ON ENGLAND, 

IRELAND, SCOTLAND, 

And all oilier Couotrlcs la Europe. 

The imdrnigiu'd, having cim;,.!. ,1 their a 'ran cements 
for matlry «schr.i.„'i' <■■< 'tie i.rliiC l -.. 1 4*fc In (lr.:at llrl- 
taln, Ireland nml i tn.- < ■.-utin.-m, :, e nr-w pxtt-ared to lsjue 
L'rjfr-i li.r ,i',v :.Ti,..ui.t- r r ■ -■ J e j £]. .11 ri'i'l npwnrda. 

Bills on Eorop.- • . :l*Iii>.1 at lu-- liitli'-Jt rotes. 

iBdcon gmlu w:ir. ti .i:* ri-cclpts. and shlp- 



nenta Of prodii^ t" I'Vi-t.-ni rnirt-ts. ll'i.ilce'S raii.r 
llscounted. ' CLEUW.'liX, J K'K\ L ,v CO., 

Ilrltlsh I ■■■• =.jl. t 'f. 
u pl-. Il l r. ;n r u .;..„ ![-.■.,. ]; ilihrig, 13 ij. Lasall 



F' 



OR MONEY TO LOAN 

ON REAL ESTATE SECtTRITHS APFLY TO 

ERNST PRVSSINCt, 

^2AL«» iK"ronns eioeabok, 

MONEY AND REAL ESTATE BROKER, 

Jgintfortht Brlii./i Commercial Lift In; 

f«., and JS'otarji J'ublie, 

NO. 8 LARMON BLOCK j. NO. 6 

noli-Vy N. E. cor, of Clark M Washington nU. 



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IKEN & NORTON, 

AND DEALERS Iff ub 

and Lake sLteel, Chicago, 111. 



TELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE 
On New York. 



Drafts, Acceptance, aiid Noloa paid in New York on the 

lai of lunhiril .-, or lii-.t dav <■[ i'i.y %:v..i money deposited 
'orncc...u»tiui!ieiitv..r N.-w V-rli , ,„i.J :-ont to cities In 
icvlcnilty i if _Vw i . .r k, <.i. i, :,> r.iiiUi. ..r.liT.i, 
apieiy c9JS EMKI1Y I 'oHIi. T. I. gr.iph Office." 



©o;iJa«netsi)iB Kotlas. 



COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. 

VV — The so partnership heretofore existing between 
JOHN' KDH'Ai:i> HlLKISS mii. I SA"!'KL HENHY 
AXOOCK, ol Chicago, under the ttyle and Qrm or 

TVilkin^ A; AUock, 

la this day dla'Olved by mutual concent. 
Elttorpartncrof the lute Dim Isnuthorlied to collltt the 

J.Jl- mi J ret tit «lul!>Ll 11 'J !(,■».' :ilt punta. 

J. BuWAKI) WILKIN3, 

CiAMUtiL H. ALuOCK. 
ChlQjgo . Ma y -Jflth, 1^0. Jt!lt3t 

NOTICE. — The copartnership 
heretofore cji>t!n(ini Kolosou i Bradley, between 
,h. «,d«.l,n«a.Ub, »ul,»l co»«t »»;»<° bh 

L. A. BRADLEY. 
ghletjo, Mayai.igy. jchiw 



C* O PARTNEKSHIP NOTICE. 

\J TheOopartnemblp lieretofoi e exhtln» under the 
firm of WKItilM, 'ill.LKTI .'. RjlWmjn, eiplres this 
u.iv l,v 11- limit at,,,!,. .,n : I.) irnit'ial ..-.!.=■ nt. The Lurl- 
nt"-i ftti" bit: Urn, will Ic etttltil liy .li tin Lt. \V rluLt and 
Levi RnwiKin. JiiII.n' B. W1UOUT, 



press & tRtfbwtt, 



MONDAY, JUXE 4, I860. 



PERSONAL, 

Lincoln among the Children.— The following 
circumstance was relate! bv a teacher from the 
Five Poiuta' House of Industry tu Nety York : 
" Our Suudfty School iu the Five 1'oints was as- 
sembled, one Sabbath morniug, a few months 
since, when I noticed a tall and remarkable 
looking man enter the room utid take a seat 
among us. Lie listened with nxed attention to 
our exercises) and his countenance manifested 
such g nuine interest, that I approached him 
and suggested that he, might be willing to say 
something to the children. Heaccepteo. the in- 
vitation with evident pleasjre, and coming for- 
ward began a simple addr^.s, which at once fas- 
cinated every little hearer, and hushed tbe 
room iuto silence. His language was striking- 
ly beautiful, and his tones nidsical withinlen- 
eest feeling. The little faces around would 
droop into Bad conviction aa he uttered senteti 
ces of warning, and would brighten into stin- 
sbineashe spoke cheerful words ol promise. 
Once or twice ho attempted to close his re- 
marks, but the imperative shout of ' Go ou !' 
*Oh, do go on !' would compel him to resume. 
As I looked upon the gaunt and sinewy frame 
of the stranger, and marked his powcrlul head 
and determined features, notv touched into 
softness by the impressions of the moment, I 
feltau irresistible curiosity to learn something 
more about him, and when he was quietly leav- 
ing the room, I begged to know his name. He 
courteously replied, 'It' is Abru'm Lincoln, 
from Illinois!' " 

TenontieG Parker's Last Hours. — The fol- 
lowing is an extract from a private letter to 
Professor Newman of England, dated Florence, 
May II, 1SG0. It appears iu the London A'et^ 
of the ISth inst, : 

I have sad news to communicate. Our dear 
suffering friend, Theodore Porker, died yester- 
day evening. Yet Ihere was never nn easier 
eud to a life but lately full of vigor. I saw him 
about three hours before he died, lying calmly, 
while life was ebbing away unconsciously to 
himself. He lei t written directions for his fu- 
neral, limiting to five persons the attending him 
to the grave, of whom I am one. ilnuy Ameri- 
caus beic are eipresting tbeir wish to uppoar 
as mourners ; but it is thought riijht to abide by 
his instructions. He desired tue eleven first 
verses of the t>ermon on the Mount (the bless- 
ings of Jesus) to be read over his grave ; and 
then a plain grey stone, wiih his nume and age 
and nothing farther of inscription. Mr. Cun- 
ningham, a Boston Unitarian minister, will lead 
the passage. He is a sincere friend and admirer 
of Parker's. We hope to get a cast taken of 
Mr. Parker today, Mrs. Porker, bis poor, yen- 
tie wife, has hitherto borne up will. Miss 
Stevenson, who has so long resided with them, 
was also with him to the last. She thinks, from 
the peculiar tenderness of bis manlier yester- 
duy, that ho kuew he w^s dying. He had been 
dreamy lor some days, and talked ramblingly of 
two Theodore Parkers, one here, and one plant- 
ed in Boston, who would finish his work; per- 
haps a true i-iought, only mystically expressed. 
Among bis last well-connected words were these: 
'Of course you know I am not afraid to die, 
though I wished to live and finish much work 
which I longed to do. I bad great powers com- 
mitted to me, and I have but bait' used them. 

"Since writing this, i have seen bim lying, 
O so peaceful ! ■ I have nover seen death under 
a form so devoid of terror. The hectic color 
remains on his cheek, and it is bard to persuade 
oneself he has passed away. He ceased to 
breathe without the least struggle. 

— The Dubuque Timts gives thefoliowing ac- 
count of Mr. Parker's early life : 

When quite a lad Theodore was remarked for 
bis extreme bookishneis, and general vigor and 
quickuess of understanding. lie began the 
study of Latin from his own choice, when under 
nine yen's of age, and by the eid of one or two 
collegians, who tiught the village scboel where 
he attended in the winter, he progressed to rap- 
idly that before he had made the mid-passage of 
his teens, he was an adept in Latin, Greek, Al- 
gebra, Geometry, and all the other studies usu- 
ally pursued in connexion with them. So un- 
nsu&I were his attrnmeita, so uncommon his 
aptitude, so great his promise at th's early dav, 
in spile othis discouragements and want of la- 
ctones, that bis fa i- her determined to giva him 
a " liberal education." But upon pronosing to 
Theidorethat be should "fit" himself and en- 
ter Harvard College, to bis great surprise the 
youngster respeclully but firmly objected. 
" No, father," be Haid, " the other boys have not 
been to College, and much n I wish the advan- 
tages, I cannot be made a favorite, and receive 
that which you are unable to give us aU." It 
was in vain that bis brothers united with his 
parents in urging bim, and that influential 
friends advised and argued, he still adher-d to 
his objection and remained at home working on 
the farm until over twenty, excepting a short 
period which he spent as an apprentice to a 
blacksmith. The plow and r ml, however, 
failed to monopolize h-s attjDlion during these 
years of toll, iur by husbanding his spare time 
— evenings, rainy days, and the mid ol winter — 
he made advances which no University could 
have secured to a pupil leas apt and indefuti<r.- 
b'e. At length, gaining the means of defrryiiig 
his own expenses, lie became a member — uotin 
Ibe usual way — ofj.larvard College. 

Bishop Potter Going to Europe.— Tho Riobt 
Rev. the Provisional Bishop (Potter) of tuis 
Diocese, is about to make a trip to Europe for 
the benefit of his health, which has been some- 
what impaired by his arduous duties during 

the. winter. Re will be ftbonnt until shortly 

before the assembly of the Diocesan Conven- 
tion in the fall. Episcopal nets Will be per- 
formed in this Diocer.e duriug the summer by 
Bishops Chase, of New Hampshire, Whittmg- 
ham, of Marvlund, and DeLancey, of Western 
New York. 

— The West Chester (Pa.) Republican says: 
" By the way, talking with Muj. Schwartz, of 
Berks county, be informs me that Mr. Lincoln, 
the Chicago nominee, is a branch of the old 
family of that name long residing in Berks 
county, near Morgantown. A part of this fam- 
ily emigrated to Kentucky many ycrs since, 
and Abraham LiccDln, of IlUnoJI, is a descend- 
ant. Several of the Berks county family now 
reside in Chester county— Jorn Lincoln, a 
brother-in-law of ex-Sheritl Jonathan Jones, 
being a resident of W-.-si Nanttreel. I happen 



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THK ART JOURNAL 
Tirlnc & Co., Publishers, 

OF NEW YORE, 
Having opened an fiUb'Uhmcnt at SB Cbtk street, can 

oow supply their numerous eutucrlbcri direct 
without charge of postage. 

THE ART JOURNAL FOR I860 

Is universally ncknowlediwl to be tbo best work eitant 
on tiio Flno Ails ; oacfaj part cniiliUclEe llirec Drat-claw 
Euer.ivlugs,— i 'idi J-Jiitrnv.'ii: w.rtli tl.c rrici'- Li-iMf* a 
■.<.Ti t .H.,f |, :i |..-r-.|.-- r!|.tm ■ .r ()•<• HuJsun f.-.m Uil- WUder- 
neu to the Se.i, by lk'uson J. Losing. 

0TThe handaomeSt and dfibapoat book forthodramlng- 
rocin UMi' ever lt=uod. 



T INCOLN AND HAMLIN 
Campaign Documents* 

In Press and will bo Pubbabed enrly In June. 
l.-LIFE AMI SPEECHES OF HUN. AUKAHAM 
LINOON. 

Curpfu'ly |ni'|.ir.i|, lilnMr .t..-.| w'tli n lino K>rl |Mirtinlt'l' 

" Huoi'st Uld Abe." MmoClotli, price tl.OD. 
2.-A CAMI'Al'lN EDITIOH OF TIT K LIFE OF LIN- 
COLN AND EI AM UN. 

fl.-THE BEPDBLIOAN SQNQSXER. 

Price 12« ccdIh. 
■l^-DEUATES OF LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS. 
Iaetai)lo|[Llnculn'(ispi>cchi»M In Ohmrtnilot tier States. Price 

Id paper td ecu I.", snul I ml W ceils. 

6— LITMOGIliM'IT POBTRAlTa OF LINCOLN. 

Price la cenW, a , cent*, and ti.no. 
6.-LDtCOLN LKTTKit I'AI'KIt AM"' ENVELOPE-* 
WITH FINK P OR TRAIT. 
A liberal discount maicto tbo Trad(> or AceuW. Pleaso 
forward your ...r Jit j fur tin- '■!• ve at nnr . 

WM. U. KEEN, Publisher. 
Wholesale Dunksellcr und Sta'loner, 
J e2-ly ' us I.-tki.- slrc.'i. i ' I, l.:-i;_'- . 



THE ART JOURNAL. 

It Is und Las been long the 

Oaly Art Jour»al in Europe. 

VIRTUE & CO.. P.bllflhcrs, of New Yoilt, bnirtng 
opened an establishment at 

55 Clark street, Chicago 55 

Cnti now supply their numerous tubaerlberj In the W oat 
direct. "The Art Journal," 

Edited by S. C. Hall, Esq..F. S. A., 



Highly finished Engravings on Steel, 

[llustralloDson Wood. 



subscription: 

>!>.0<) ji.-,- .j.iTKi,,, 75 rent ■ p'tr JJontli, 

This work has long maintained a hlfh and prominent 
place In put.lk t.iVi r— uoi nl-.ii>- l-eciU:-!' " its luiuriualii-u 
eor.cernluH *rt. i.ut turihe V.iiiu- an J H-nuty of Iu En- 
grovnnge uml Its attraction as a book lor the 

DRAWING ROOM, 

Belna unmistakably r-cknowle 'ged by all art loveis to bo 
tiieclii?ri[i -rit iiii.t iil'-I illn -Inivl ivuik nn rirt extant, iiiid Li 
now tn hofuULii In all relimd ..irclf ii'i I iiiH-lleciuil huusfj. 

OonilderliiKH u««peoInl duty to ontiouo Its popular 
chumoter 

Benson J. .Lossing, 

Has engnccil tociintrlbiite fur tho Awcrlcati edition, aso- 

rlesofnrtlclesontlio 

HUDSON, FltOM THEW1LDERNESSTOTHEEEA, 

'BeaullfullTilluMratrii Inthe hlKheslslyleor mo-lemnrt. 

The Art Joun.,.l I'l-t'ln^Ui.-n-.r nllli u number rich In 
beauty— oacb lugravlue fTOrtn the price of tbo part. 



Jj^ANSl FANS! PANS1 FANS! 

Pesrl Slick, In White, Blue, Cheiry. Red. 

Fantsi. Jans. Fans. Fans. 

Peirl SUct, Plain, Spnngled, Silvered, Embroidered. 

Fans. Fan*. Fans. Fans. 

Ivory Stick, In White, Blue, Cherry, Red. 

Fans. Fans. Fans. Fans. 

Ivory Stick, Silvered, Painted, Embroidered. 

Fans. Fans. Fans. Fans. 

SandaU Wood Stick, In Silk, Crape Linen. 

Fans. Fans. Fair, Fans. 

Saiidall Wood, Com. Straight, Kound find Broad StleJt. 

Fans. Fans. Fans. Fans. 

Plain Linen, Spanish and Mourning Fans, 

Fans. Fans. Fans. Fans. 

Opera, Bridal and Party Fans, all Patterns. 

Fans. Fans. Fans. Fans. 

Falm Leaf, riiln I'alm Lcf, Trlineil. nil Style.. 

Fans. Faus. Fans. Fans. 

All Kinds, All Prices, from cents to SJB.OO. 

AT PARK'S, 134 JLAliE-ST 



Carters. Garters. Garters. 

Embroidered In Silk and Velvet. 

Garters. Garters. Garters. 

Who Elastics, In Kid, Lluen and Cotton. 

Garters. Garters. Garters. 

In Pink, In Blue, In White, in lied. 

Garters. Garters. Garters. 

Alt Sorlg mid Sizes, AU rnttems nnd Prices. 

AT PARK'S, 124 LAKE STREET 



nHARTRS TflRH-V Ar. RRn , 

73 A; 74 

STATE STREET, 

Manufacturers and Dealers In 

Parlor, Chamber and Dining-room, 

Mahogany, Black Walnut and Rosewood 

FURNITURE, 

Looking Glasses, 

MATTRESSES, BEDDING. 

HOWE'S PATENT 

Eliptic Spring lied, 



JiiBurance. 



P I R E , MARINE, 
LIFE IJ%'SUHJMJ*'CE. 



Miller & Willmarth. 

AGENTS FOB THE 

MANHATTAN LIFE, of New Yorb. 
JHOMK, " »* 

PHENIX, « " 

WASHINGTON, "■ *■' 

LORILLARD, '» ** 

on.zi \ -\ " " 

PBOVIDFNTE TTABIHINGTON, Pro- 
vidence, it. I. 
CONWAY, of Conway, Mass. 
UAMPDUN, of Springfield, Masn. 

Aggregate Capital and Surplus, 
$5,000,000. 

Office, No. 150 SoulU Water Street, 

UtiMjJ __^_ 

pHCENIX INSURANCE CO., 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT., 
JannRrylM, I860. 

CASH CAPITAL 9 P,fO0 no 

SUIU'LUS I1SMI36BI 

Cash on bund, and In Bank '. 4?T.S79 « 

Ouhlntbebaudnof nnd due fr-.m AgenU 31,131 S3 

Kt-.il EjLilc liiiencumbctcd C.WXi Co 

Loan-don MoilfWi-i ■■■! Kc.i f:,!--it-- St.MO OO 

Amount loanci on pli-iliio-rf I' s nk Slock 44,800 00 

Amount lonQOit '.[ti.Tw.ee .-«■ :ir«d 1,000 00 

Far Val. ilk-l V. 
SO fstiiiri-? n. f. Trust Co'e -lock N*w Torl;,iV0O0 SC.lfM) 

New Y..rk Uank Block 13a,:0' l"i.T, > 

Uartf.-ird " ir.0,'". :i\i; 

Waterbury -" H 90 13.309 

Stafford " Stafford, (00 112 

H-lM..ke Witer P> <'o"i Su>ckn, 10,000 10JC4 

now Britain Water bunos, 10,000 10,700 

Hutforc « t.iy uonds, mom 10. 'uo 

OoL. Cuo.nnn Inn. H. R. BaiuiB. ini"l T.OL- 

At^uniuijt..--! jtiierL'.'t ■ u ibv-.-attuontt, 0,-*"! 

Total AKChs , »aSJ,t!3o Hi 

Total Liabilities „ , . $40,704 53 
H. KELLOGG, Secretnry. 
UCBBARD & HfNT, Aeenta, 

lfo.1 Loomia' Balldiue, 
Comtr of Clark und W'jtcr riti.ta, Chicago. 
Applications for iDsuranc?, m the reneoal of Policies 
Wi'l lit! Im- ; .r..s. conn. (t.:-ij irLth Ihr ■ -tl! 1 ■', m;iv ho made lo 
u*,d.itF ^pfiolnitil Aji-nli-for the CUv of Cliciko. with lull 

ECiwer to ret W.; jro]..-.-.i^uii.| I--iii- l'.'tkiiii ..n iia 'nvora. 
le termalWP her ri--[.uii-lt.!i' l.:...m[>aijie.-i; md Its ulm will, 
be lo securn the conddenco of the public by an hulioraUle 
Ci"'iiri=r •:•' tie-.illEE. 

.M.MAGUL, 'i.J-noral A^E,t, SI nnd Si Wc-t Third 
Street, Cltidrm.'iti. <>., U. whr.iuall apjiluilln f.-r jiL-nch -. 
in th* W i- it em or a,.nrh "Wwlu-j !M.il-rj ina 1 :■■. addr^-ui-d. 

ap-j-to-iy 

NEW ENGLAND FIRE AND 
Ma u am Insuhahos Compaht, 
©jp U-iltT+'Oltit, COJTJYISCTSCUT. 

Asaeta Jim. 1, ISfiO *336,olT 03 

Imrarance Against Losa by Fire. 
HUBBARD & HUNT, Awntt Chicago, 

1TH-1t-'1?^ i'.t. i";r. ; i.i,!.-,„ i. invi M^-rirr^.-tj 

QUAKER CITY INS. COMP'Y, 

V^ POILADELPHU, 

Oaptlal and Surplus. .....S399.746.70. 

CFFirERS. 
GEO. U. HART, E. R. COQGSHAI.L, 

Trea't, tJec'yand Tr^isiirer. 

E. P. Ross, Vice Preat. S. U. BrrLEa A^ ; L a-e'v. 

Curtis L, North, 
General Agent, Mosomc Temple, Cldcago. 
DmzoTona— Georpa B. Hart, E. P. Roi", A.O. Cmtell, 
Fosters. P.-rktns, E, W. Ha!].-y, At.lr-w t :h..'i:t.*TS, H, It. 
Co^^-.]..,i:,S.,ciuel J.^cj, M. D.. HvL. II. 11. fuller. 

:, 'il-> '-' W . ■' 

NEW YORK INSUR.WCE 
AQE^CT. 

HOWARD INSDBaNCE C05TPA\T, 

Oaah Capital and Surplus i-5SS,ail Jl 

BUJiUlTTAiV F1BE DtSDBiNCE CO., 

Cash Capital and Surplus WSo,000 00 

ARCTIC FIRE 1NSCRAME CO., 

CBah Capital and Surplus SS8.K8 03 

1KUEMMTY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Cash Capital and Surplus *I!4,«B 44 

LAMAR FIRE LWRANCB CO., 

Oaah Capital and Surplus 1HS,04» Ea 

MARINE INSURANCE: 

PACIFIC MUTUAL L\SIRA>CE CO., 

Total Assets #l,t0i,9« EO 

LIFE INSURANCE: 

MCTCAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE €0., 

_ t . ' NEWARK. N. J., 

l.>ts: Afii-ts }.i,-.«i,'^ cj 

PHILLIPS Be VAN WAGENEN, 

- AGENTS. 
188..„.„„Sooth Water Street. .„..,„i8S 

. lys'tsoij 

NORTH AMERICAN FLRK IN- 
SURANCE COMPANS, 
Or HiBTronc, Conheotioot. 
PAID IIP CAPITAL, $360,000. 
laoarsnce Ag^iiiBt E*osi by Fire Cfaly. 

HUBBARD & HUNT, Agents, Culcte\ 

Cor. Clark and Soutn fltter.jt. 
NOB1VICH FIHE INSURANCE CO., 

0» Noawron, Corn. 
Paid op Oapital, $181,636,93, 

DS8TJRANCE. AGAINST LOSS BY HBE. 
HUHBAKU A HU.NT.Agen^cof.ofSoutnVlt^and 

Qlur k »t.. ilt « *r,i.r. L..niuU'|.!.. c k. oe^bSOO 

J2TNA INfeuaAN^a \,ulir-v, 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Incorporated 1819 - = - - - CharlBr peTtatnal, 
Cavh Capital and Surplus— $2,194, )t)0.0» 

Fire and Inland Navigation Rllki 
TAKEN AI LIBERAL TERMS AND RATES. 
Especial attention given to Iirsa ranee Of Dwellnga aud 
Contenu for terms olona to Ave yeara. 

ASSETS JAN. 1, 1860. 

PAID UP OAPITAL timOOOOO 

OAPITAL AND cURPLCS »i,\0Q 03 

PorV* t'tTal. 
BankStocte. Ac (3fy,400 (.'S9,9S1 M 



Jiaitftmg ann epxtjjange. 



EDW. I. TINKIIAJl & CO., 
HavlnE returned 10 th'elr r.H stanil, 
CORNER OF LAKE AND CLARK STREETS, 

Will conllnua Uialr bu»ln«*i as 

Baokon and Exchange Dealers. 

Eicban^a on all parti of Europe. 

tovrum i..rmg.H-tn. Ueli.'ssi lorni o, unLM 



w 



ILLIAMS & GUION'S 



Enropean Exchange and Passage Office, 

3G ifS*tOBOJtjr ST1IEM1T. 



Portions wisrils.K to vt-it tie old ivmuln.-, or to Bend foi 
their frlrii.li r.y tt.r OLD IU.-ACK M'l'rtR LINE Or 
SA1L1M1 PACKETS, nr by Hist thus i.Il-iiiusIiipj, uat 
ot>t.nlii i-'Ttlll i.t.-ior piifiiiifL nt riduteil Itirtnitli ruted. 



oUgate ywww— 



MARSHALL COUNTY BANK, 
LACON.ILUNtHtS. 
0. D. Odjlbe, Ooaliler Vf. F. I'.ilmeh, Fre=t. 

Colli.'Cli.n* made in Manti'iH nnd ;ulj<iinin>! counties, and 
procce.lfi remit tud ]ironi(>llv on d.iy of payaient. 



J-JOFFMANN & GELPCKE, 

CHICAGO^* ^L„ „u ILLINOIS. 

44 &■ 40 LASAXLE SI'RBBli'. 



Banking Department 

Depoalls received on OvrronL Account from parti-' In 
cllyfir country, and ilia uiuilI nccomodaUona jrrantoi to 

fjnl.it 'l.'j ..lili.r.s jiid (.orri^jfundcnb. 

Inter.'.'it ou t-jiam..-! can only w alloTved^n casea wher.i 
q: fc^l aL.Tiji'iij,-r.t.i l.ave ly-.-ri n.udi* t,-, u.r.t effort. 

W- r.\.j\-c . i tl> ■.,,].:. i, jy :,!,;. i,r. . ,:■;,. .tnkdil. .te, oil wliicJi 
InUreatwlllbe allowed, 

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 

' Deposits, Insuminotless than flvi> dollars, reeelvednnd 

C'errlTli-JiT. ' of it>-|,oi!ta |- s ui-d. Intore.Ht at sii per ecut, 
will beallowiri ..u i|i>po-ttj ui tl.n dfeeription aittr tba 
funds linve remalncil in our hands a BjiecluVd lime. All 



COI.E.ECTION ItEPARTlTIErTlX. 

ColI.-ctionslnChlraeo made und proceeds remitted on 
day of inyiuttit, |.--.ir-.-ii premlun, ■-. Eicdiin^^ otilv. 
t_'c.|le. tlMQsi yiilclitdon ;dl |iiru o( tbs Weat, und proceefls 
remitted nn favornble tonne. 

DOiHESTEC ExfiflANGE DEPART- 

MKNT. 
rtc-drtiw Mrui. or Tinit i>!!!:i on ibc prlacipol cllk-io 

tin- Ut.'.'Ii, :iv.oi,.i.]i.' in liny (,;irt ,,i Hie Uniied States or 



STOCK DEPARXrTIENT. 

We buy nnd aell on Commis-ilon either at Chlaujo, or 
thinuEhourAfrentfl, id New T> u rl;, Sinte, Cjiv, ('.-.iiniy 
KiII.vlv, ;,. ., Bonds ind Stotk. Our Connectlojs In New 
lorn Jir.- aiif.ii u.-io [n.nri- (ir..ni|.t and Imlitlnu- ull-Miro 
to any order eutmsted to our cure. 

FOREIGN DEPARHTTENT. 

Our hu«lnos«i connect Ions with Kurone lioin" DrRECT 
VERY ESTEN-IVK. o,.| MUST l.N Tl MATE, we feel 
sarelnn.i.mrini! rlir onhli,- cli.il nil rorel^u l. :> iii:ir^ tr.snsic- 
«a throuj;!' o:ir u»une with proniplncij 



on tlit? Miiln, lL,i,,i..ir^- r Ii.tIIii. M t,-u, .■„' L..-n-,iV-. C-.^-^a^, 
ll.'ldclt.i.rrf. Hulr, Heme. hr,.-:.!sn,A-r., A.-., Ac, Ac 

1I..-MI- |. ui >■,, I, ii-; v it-,: r..i,-i ..r j.i. .in.. I n. t - direct comm"r. 
onil iiiterci'irj. I.r! wen the Writ mid hnrupe, we rlieer- 
iully.nn.1 ..ii tern.' n.o-.i L.vorutile. e..t,u,l |.,-,;ti.:nLir fa. 111- 
t.ei i.y t.-jpi? i in« iT..'.IUt, A,:„ Ac., lo r.cp.irr.U.le Western lin- 
j...rl.M. ('..iiv,l)..tii ,.f Umil., unl.-n. Notes, Acceptan. 
ces, Inherit niu-.-., ,Vc, &• ., [niy.il.lc li, any piirt ol' Luromj 
ma- e with promptness and illsputch. 

tar-Coiiiitry ll.ujk^iiid l;.tril;.,t.j supplied with Fcrelirn 
LSUlatit low rate .-. l'rlvjte tiuiiiliiiiiid Merteiitfei ne.'utlaivd 

abroad. 

HOFFMANH & OELFCKB. 



Oontmlof the tlrand Ducl.ycil S;u;e.W,iniiir, ibe Duchies 
of BranswlcK mid Siit-tiotha. ui-l < In- ir. , ■ tlty .,!' r r.mli- 
forLatvi tiy -pe. i;. 1 1. 1 nf ^ivrji stilt..*. miLtit.rbe.lta nit 
fnrtonrier. itu.em ,,i A l.'.sTI'.l A. HAI'f-11. hAVAKIA, 
IIANUVEI;, m-:>M.\. NA'-M', I'KU.-Sl A, SAXONY, 



WIKI KMl'EKG, IiLi'i'k.N WKK'i, 



T7XC1IANGE & DEPOSIi Bank 

iTffJflJi, CARPIHYTH:: tC CO, t 

UEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA. 

joint wEina. e. d. (MBJFXmj . n. b. btibbji 

Itefer to Am. Eichnnxe Bani, M.T.! BomMia&Cl)., 

Bankers, (tincliiniill; r O.Ada.,: fMca^o ■ Kiad Wen-l 
it!o„ lemk-ri. Now York. laAicll ly 



M,„i,.y. Uoltl 
K.l.r, ■]....■... 



BARBOR, Banking and Ek- 

11 Clark street. Endianijo, Dncurcent 

Iver boueht and sold. 

irencca— J.YounKfTiiunrnon.l'r. ^..leutMirlnol'ank; 



CPENCEK, VILA & CO., 

KJ BANKERS, 

JS'o, 1 3 CongrtM si, ,-,/ , ltotlon t 
t'OMMlLKPlAL PATli.,; DISCOUNTED AND NE- 

i'l'LLKi MiiN. 
LA M> STATES. 

STOCKS nuil liONDSIuiURht nnd solit on commission. 

rnu-tlcular Tittentlfi! civ. n tn me -,i!.-,.f Ciiy and County 
Bonds and all Mar- i-Liblo Securities. 

The u. 1 rr.-> l e..iidei i li.n, t UH iu.J Banlieritaollelted. 

Kukehenoes ik Uostos— J. Auiory D.n M, E^Q., ITcst 
Suflolk Hank; ».'n].-i, m,i..„i,. L ■(.. I're.Hll-nl SI,,.,-. a r.d 
Leiithc-r Dualera Bunk: li. W. Thuy.r. K-.]., Prc'l. Ei- 
chaune Eunlt; A, D. HoiL'es, E.-.u,. Irc-t. W:i-l,lni;U.n 
Bank. mhlOhTSOfm 



A C. OKRTKL, 

X"i- • ' BANKER AND broker, 

75 'Dearborn street, Clilcaso, 111. 

Slirlit und Tiuif Drjlts on New York and other tu.nclpal 



cities bought i 



;.»Llcelii.| 



IHBI 



•i ot 1j aii, I uowarda. 



.i-.ll-l IIM-O: 



BANK OF FOND DU LAC. 
FOND DU LAO, 

WiflooNum. 

B.E.LEjTiaiTa,Oa.ihler.. A. Q. IttrtLn, Preoi. 

Collections nude free of charge, and remitted promptly 

lit ...,rr.-M r.i'.e:' ■,' ■■si.liji. ,,.■■. ii.,j-1> 



]\^AKINE BANK, 



Capital 9500,000. 

B.F,OARTER,Ca.ihler an.' Secretary. 

J. YOHNt;sCAMMUN,i?re8ldent.-" 
XW Col lecllona made nii.i ilr.ifu retullted to all parts Of 

Uie Union. felt 



MARSHALL & DTUTRY, 
EXOHANUE, COLLECTION AND BANKENQ 

OKEICE, Mol-INK. ILJ-IMOIS. 

Djjjwtit C Maimuill. SmSMR Iinimt. 

XST' '...I'-i-li.-l ■ : .-'■ ,:, 1 !■ ■:.'' t. ■:.!'■ ,:it. :.• : .' - _^| 

RKrenEKCES— 1'ark JJ nil:, New Y.Tk ; !'..itit of Pouih- 

keeps:..-, r..m^hl:ftii-:e, .N. w V, rl: ■ M.,rr, t : I Sink Chl.-.eo, 



jjttacljiucrfi, jRutBuiaw, Sec. 



Anno Domini ............. 1860' 

Of American Independence. . , . ,:04. 

Spring Announcement. 
PEAKE, MARSB~& DE L0N«, 

30 LAKE STREET, 

Continue their bnalnoa? In the manner they Lava cob 

ducted it durl.DK the last six year*, iofforlnji: 

st wholesale a large stock of; 

Known Brands or &oods, 

AT A SMALL ADVANCE. 

OFB MOTTO, "LOW PRICES WIN," 

warranted b 7 our pwcliialiiji frotn Br;t hnnda, doing 
oual neiu on einalleipi; uses, urol ^ellln^ lo a close ptnmot 
paying trade. To uil eueh. we B haU oiler H t roii K ho'.il U ,< 
»eaaon ncomptele ji.d un^iirpiisscd stock o( 

DRY GOODS, HOSIERY AND NOTIONS, 
On the most (oyorabla t^rnia. Good men are lnyltcd 
eranilne our -I-1.1. and piicea. felu Vn ! y 



1.860 

flats, Caps and Straw Goods, 

SOJIMER STYLES, 

NOW READY 

AT 

F. EITIERSOK'S 

HO. BS LAKE STREET NO. 85 

m yU-etTj-ini nj Dder Tremo n t House.] 

i860— n. w. ncafT & co.— 1860 

MA!tDTiOTlmjIB3 ASD JODDEES Ot 

Ready Made Clothing, 

And Dealers In 
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS, 



•oods at the Lowest Itlarhct Ratea. 
NOS. 33 & 35 LABB 9TE2BT, 

(DP -ST AIRS.) 



200 



TONS PIG IRON-FIRST 



QUALITY. Applylo 



I860 ..... isqd 

"WOODEN "WARE, 
Willow Ware, Willows, 

BfiOOH M AKE R'S S1O0K. 

White, Stewart & White 

llaiiuraolurerfl and Wholesale Dealera In 

Brooms, Churns, 

Twines, Pails, 

Cordage, matches, 

Mats, Pipes, 

Brushes, Measures, 

Tnbs, Bowls, 

CHILDREN'S "WILLOW WAGONS. 

And every description of 

House Furnishing: floods. 

Which they offer unusually tow for cash. 
WHITE, STEWART & WHITE, 



IBaivMOBa & Sapfiett, 



WHOLESALE DEALERS 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

25 Lake Street, Cbleago, 111. 

We would respectfully call the attention of Clly and 
Country MerchauL- to <ei- >:si.. i.-ive bt- .:;; .■! |:...* . ;i r 1 
Bhoei, which weliavc now In itore, and are dally receivlni;, 
from our r'rittory Iu Wedi ii..vi>-Ft..n, !1jU., whleu con- 
aJ9t3 of afUllj.-.-..rtni.--riT o: l|,o^ t'.-iel.rjt- .1 ' 'mlom-JlJUo 



with a full 

SPRING AND SCniliTER GOODS, 

of the bejt qunl'ty nud roanm'acHJte which woare prtpweJ 
toHcll forOASH in.] sir- c,;.-. j.a>-:ng trade at Boston and 
ftew York Jobbing Pricea, 

We are Asenta forthe sale of Mitchells Talent Mb bull o 
Tip HnoL? an! Mboes. Of which w- hn»« a full stock 



WILLIAM BLAIR & CO., 

No. 176 Lake [Street, 

Importer* and Wholesale Dealer* In 

Hardware, Cutlery \ 

RAILS, TtS-PLATE, SHEET IBOH, COFPTZj 
Xtno, Copper Bottoms, Block Tin. 



•ywij n r i u ii u i mmnm _ ■ 



I860 SPRING TRADE I860. 

DAVIS, SAWYER ds CO., 

MY MS JOBBERS. 

4=2 ac -±4; Lake Street, 
A Very Large and Complete Stock, 

Comprising tho latest styles and moat seasonable goo&sj 
which will be offered at New York jobbing prices, for cash 
or approved credit. 

BOOTS & SHOES 

At Wholesale, 

43 LAKE STREET ** 

DAVIS, SAWYER &. CO., 



DltESS TBfMJUKVQIi., 

nv/ bhawi BOHuaaa, 

Oorcefa, HnMlerr, Sklrl«, Glove*, flaUM, 

St.mll Ware., Notions, 

XI Hi! lit WOOLS, io. 

ADOISON GRAVES, 

1^ .^KBSTHnET... ......70 



• '~--%^eA^dLfdwa&imvatei~-- - 



g T K A W G O O D S 

TOR JUNO TRADE. 

WEBER, WILLUMS & YiLE, 

Hava a very lareo slotk ot M<-u?, lioya, MI-bbi, and 

STRAW GOODS, 

3!-?,y b ' cll J ib "V Invilo tbeftUonllon of OITVeod OOUlf- 
T HY Ucah=t». fulH nf^i iim.lO'ft) 

J2 LAK E STREET. JO 

Largo stock bouclit n( rodacod i»rlccf«. 

STAPLE I FANCY DRY GOODS, 

YANKEE NOTIONS, 

CROCKERY, CHINA, 

Glass and Silver-Plated Ware. 

"WE HAVK 
BNLAROED AIJD IDtPHOVBD 

OUR UISOELLANB'HIfl 8TOOK so as lo proridn for 

our neio.isniE tn.l,., I i» L .» ■l.tnnr l .luri in.- i \,iw. nil.iii 

»eik. -inii lnv.io ui] Im.-c- ill., 1 , wi.-l, in pur rim.... „i it,.. 
Lo*t^T Uatc* iiapk ik CnloAon, incrt'lBiiiK'samliHjiiur 
asjoittnfni undptl vs. 

Bowi'ii Brothers, 

IMPORTERS ANq J0 1IBERS, 
NO. 72 LAKE STREET. 



R 



EMOVAL ! REMOVAL I !— 

PEARSOIV A DANA, 

JjtAjrnFACTOIlEK3 AND WaOI.ESALE DEALERS TK 

Boots ami Shoes* 

No< 40 Lako street No. l!» 

COT STAIRS.) 

Having sold out our stook at 1GI Lnko iitreel, wo «hftll 
horcaflcr devole our utt^nlloo U> mnriufuelurlnu and Jol> 



Havinft it cood Htoek now In store, wo solicit llio patro 
Bf;o of our former customers nml the publlo. mv-.'.ciSKJ 



D R T _^_° ° D s ' 

J. M. STINE & CO., 

37 Lake street iumI U B *V -a:l W«.- 
bawli avenue, 

(TJP STAIRS,) h»vn now hi Bloro, nnd will hutp up 
throuijliout the sen-tun, u l.ir^n iinti flrdl-rato 



DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS 

Both FOKEIUN aud DOMEBTR'. 

Adapted to the Sprlug Trade, 

Onr superior fBcllltlcs mid low rents enable us to offbr 
particular InducciuouU to 

Cash and Prompt Short Time Buyers. 

VJr Merclmnt.-i wlm i-.irn.. |, t . ro for a market, or to ro- 
pltufoh a stock, will fiml It (.. r b.i r inlcrtitl to fuvorus with 
>n early till whi'Q In the city, tnhlQhTno-8in_ 



QROOKERT, 
PINE Cni^lA, 

O-LASS^WA RE 

Silver Plated * ll.u ,., ,,,„ , Yare, 

BOUSE FURNISnilfO oss, 

WHOLESALE AND HETA1L. 
THOMAS P. RYRN, 

170 LA Kg STREET, 



JMPORTANT NOTICE 

TO DEALERS 1H 

BOOTS AIV1> SHOES. 

Tho Celebrated Copper Toe ! 

_. „ _. Dootout, March 23, 1M0. 

lo Ml-hh. Wai>bwoiitti tV Wkllh I'hltuKO.lll.: 
OiNTiv»uw_TiicorreannBri(.r which itppum to ,-ilit 

Til'" 1 ' i« nn. I -I, ., w,-li,r.iiv-..iiit.-ii,.t we claim no 

rliiht wh ..U-v.t i.ir),.:i| |,, h .,i,| kuoj,, vfUhlu Ihe Smt.s of 
lowu. \\ ii'.-.-iihIii ur,,| Mlniie-utj. The ,'n IiikIvc rtjfht to 
Jji'jiliii wil.l Tlp|u;.l llo.it 4 ml .-),,,,,. 1„ il„- iJ.ovi; siutt-a liny • 
lii^ Ih-1-iu..iI. I |,v II,. : pal, ■nlfeliolur... v/ir tmicliMi'l the In- 
vontlOLiiiid pulcut of him, Ki^in'cifully yours, 

OIIASE, hlOKINNETf 4 CO. 

WADSWORTH & WELLS, 

Wfaoleaole Denier*) In 

BOOTS JMJVB SHOES, 

We own the uoluslve rlKbt for th>- sale of 



for aadwtthlD the Stateaof lVBcoijsln, lam, sn'l Mlnoo- 
s»ta and hereby Klve notice ifmt .ll TtartitM dfallDg In IBM 
mndn within the Qbove Stales, nflhou' Living Brst nr. 
us and ivf OUf consent, arc, and will be <U"Ct 



ide rrtentlve nn^nsements wltn tho njo«t 
iufniur. wheiehy we can lu'ly mpbty tho 
sndwlth th.' le-i •iimilil.K i.f these Tipped 
.■:■:. ,r >t..r.. In riik;n;.i. eu.h pjir o( 
ilsmp- d or labelled wli h our raiue, 
ui-nlie nn lipped foods within illhtr the 
lUlsuchos ve thus siAmned nnd nuppiied 

raft In all lnutntices on« pair of child's cop- 
Mta Out weartwo urn- ofteotline* three or 

......'-. ..■'■.' ■ ....... i, ■ ■■! ,,,. ■ 1 1 



A I < UiTGAUE SALE.— Whereas, 

^,ihi-^J'T.. Ci ^ T lS l tLe cll >' of Chicago, Illinois, did 



~Vfc"",™"*"™™ST! 3U " 3ja ™»»''« pre mj see herein- 

safflgj^^igWiSStsajaEs 



HonitiL. 0.1 . ■ ■ ■ ,., place. 

and assigns the lands and f— — ■ 

tho payi 

iiiund Dollars nca in 
"oelfL..rin-,d.-iJerti-.riilrprt:.im>»Pry tint** mi 
'-; ; '■ ; '■.■*..■,'. Anac i'.r L .-y, ca 1, otarioi «ven datfl 

\ )(„lV, f' Cll ' c "< - fl ve o( wLlchnsldBfteasro 

each for ibe inm of two hundred doUars, nnd pflyobl- rc- 
ap*cU,eIyst* I ,twflve.ei:l,te^ ( tW T -f..-ijr Md thfc ' 

"'■■ri;.mi. ; .T.i..ii^ 1n ,n M , J vai,ict t ,i rt T,i I ,, 1 o,ii 1 V.,ri^ 

lUftjic 11 Itm pa\, UU |,t ,,| ,.;,!. , :r „f ,,„. ,,, M prnrrilssory note's 
■i.i tn- ■..iy^.,|,rtik., |y ,,1,,.,, it... ,1,,. -,..,i,i become due 
am pjy.i'.iliMh.. who'foi Ihe tirSricliiJ suq-meeured In- IJ,e 

^ ; l t ,. > l....i I ,, U |.lllKT.. U pMM 1 < tl-., ,,,!.,.„ ,.; ,„„ .:,M H.v 
.,'.".'■ '■;""'■ "' ■"" ' .■-Il.-.l.ll ,lu., ll,d |.:l,;i !■.],.. |,n,| 

\''" t '" i ' ■•' ,l fti'-'in ,.■!,- I, liutH.-mmt.ly (..r,,-.,,,,.,! (0 



c<M, ,., , I i,,,,! ,,ll rlclit and ,-.|ull.. .,( re-k'tapllcm o' tlio Mild 
ait,!,,. :.n.«.. her ha^i until ,-.\-r,s thc'el -, nl pnhli- i,,,.- 
..■>,iiMl„.<. mitt hoi tB mloor. In Ml.! i.IHv „f ohlci-,. to 
Uifhleh.- Md„,r- f.ir.-.L.!, 1,(11,,. ||, 00 m.nl'onrtl In Mid 
iiftU... wliUhouM inoiUiuro is recorded In Ihe It. c it.l.'r'j 
si i''..v fi'i'i Qnly ' ,B ' ,Q 1Wok M of Uort *T««ra, 

Nnw.iln;r..-ftiro, tlffiolt 1-ovlnif hefti niadnlri theniTTijcnt 
ot .,„o ,.f thf iioto* ii'.ovo m-TKloiii .1, »u,i th„ ,,„„., ,. r , 1I)V 
part of tli..pili,-l| t ,l mibj wcurttl li. In- paid l.y Vc s.ild 
i 1 ,.i.-..,.,,l,,... r .p,j. M ,„t bavLi,^ 1,,-on niihi or eailjlled,»nd 

"" "" l n ■■■..(. t,. i. ,l.l.fl,,^.it.lli i litilcir-.l holder ,nd 

""■'"' r ■'< ' Iii..',.„i,.| rl^K... K, ik,. I-. |, ,.„.,,,.- 

Rlv.-ntlnit hi-vriiit; mil,,, p,,n-, r In ,,il,l innilt-nKf con- 
Ulnel IpIi;i|1,,,ii H'odin-fld.y, iht! EtUli ,\,y .,.,!,„,. ]-#l 
it H|.i , .li,k In tlieiniirnliic, ■" tlif i„,rlli <l wrni I In' ouri 
ll,.n-,., in ih,. Cllytif t'hk-e... Inth- <\.in,tv .n t'.ioknnd 
f-'ii!..,ii llliii.-.lc, mlliw i-iihllo diu-.tlf.fi, to ll,,. i.ichti.i Lid. 
drrforra.ttj the pt.'uiliei In nml hy llio stM mo le«cf t«n- 
ve-yed. to w.c :_A11 1 lie folio nh,g ,{, *■-_, \„ ,\ [„,, ,,i,,-,, „ r 
|,ii.--N.n' l-.iul :ti.i.u.t ■ in 11,,. I'-miK uffuoli lU'ori-tild. 

iind known :iii,l diii.-rlt.ied s.- fulinw*. i-mtm-.y, nn h-i,t- 

edhiilf (tlorLotjone l>mi.| four (4)tn IIIoctonuMt of 
l.ol^li...-(llil.i„l|.,„r(|-. ll.lll... . | W „ -J (.ami ot 1,01 four 
I II In li , ....k ll,,,-.. ;l)L„ Kiilv -'ol .II-.-1V,,,, . 1 II,.- .,,.,11,,., , 
ounrTer.irsiinl.inlMryriiria.il unit TUImnl S,. l-n 
lVi>y-i!vf(3ii!i,T. wiishtr. ihlrly nliif (3!»i no.il, nf Knneo 
n.urk- 1 ,i 1 iU)i.--i't nftlio Third l'.,,,;,! M,Tl,H,\n : n ''J 
ot,',i,..|i.-|.l.-| TMintli Cp fun Pftri„i p-irl of tin* «(nnh. 
Ciisi fracl on) ipuulfr i'i'i ,,' ivil.m (,v,.„iy ., vr-n 1371 
InTowf.-liiillilrlviiln.M 'J ilt! ■ ,.,' It,,,,,-,. f..nrt,-n f I li 

" ofllio Lhlrtl I'm . I|. .1 M,t .Hun, ir .l.-.l andoet rlh d 

Ih* west lno of tni> to illiexn 



|..-v. ■.,*,-, -ii i..,l umlulf iU.7.4 ' I"' >■' :-'»ll> '"" tl,.- i,,rth Hun 
Of thn BJtlil flJoUmi il qii:iniT s,--rtli-.ii ; ;nnl II, i, ,- v.. ,1. 
pur.i'l.d ivl-li t li.. -aid ,io[Ui llu.-t., the place "i ' 
coiiUlnliiK four acres tnoiv orlc ^ (Ub]tat, however, lo tho 
r it lit of way oTt-r n strip of lhc nuld land twi 



reoy or, . .. .. 

i.llh.hi-rtlo ore pnintitl it .liiir.o ■■! to tin, iif: L .,,|. 

t',-„lr.ii It'.lln.t.l (!.iui|iiiiiv by tlm Uo"fc County (.; ieu!t 
Ooiirt, iifld 11 rl t -hl ntnl cn'iliy r- iknn.i |.„i ol Dip f i.ld 
A neUiti'y.lnr t,.l, .to,,] i^ijiia In rril.l p'onilnm, fef 
I lit puriiiaotln tultl ,1,, ri[. if ni.-ntlniutl. 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, County o( 
Conk, S.S.— Superior Court or Ohlcuo. ,\ uruil Term 
IMO.— Ell ^. ITiseitt vv John V. D dee nnd Jntncs A. 
I I1II-, eiiivilliin.,i il.L' -ftld It.hnC Uoii.e— ll, ' 'linnr.-rjr 
AllhUlvll i.f tllf l.-Ol-f. .1,1. lit'-. ofi.:l|.l .liimes A. Olllls, 

nad Unit oald .Iidiii (.1, ''ol' hnlli « 1 ,>u- o II, In .Slut* 

- '- ho served with proeesi. 



. ... lound therein 
hnvhiit n.'ii lllel In thu olllcn o, 11, e '"..r* of said S_. 

--'--Coli-t or (.'hi ni'....ii 1 1 ii-i. ',..ii' li Inn! .id. Nuileo 

.■by'iiWiUi l'i IIh mlil .luliii t'. I'iihIiki nnd .f ■ 
lli.it thu ooiiinhlniint filed his hill of.c 



Is heri>i>v Klv.-ii in Hi', mbl Jnlm (', llnil,- I ,l,inif, 

01III-. Unit Uil i-riinii'iliiin.t lll.-.l 1,1k lull of t,,ni|iMli,t 
itiriiiiirtl lhfioliis;di! i (. , ourl, i im lln; Cliiiin-.'rv -lit,. Ilieri-nf, 



.... tin, nlimlfi-ulh day of M«y, 16dti, mid Uml.. 

I Iur. n 1 urn hi "if I Dill nl ■- tut r. .ml iilmIii'I ciiI.I ,1 0,1 ml-' 

n-tiiniiililf 011 tin- Unit M,.inlity ol AUfiirl next, 1B00, (Li Is 
tiy low roiinlri'd. 

N"iv, 01,1.."- you, lli,.(-il.|.l"l,iH'. li.„l«f nnd .liinifi A. 

(ill!!-;, i.liull |.,.i.-..'iiiillf I".' 11',. I Hid ■ lift 1. .' ' "■'!■ 

pfrlor I'oiirl ..I' ( 'hit ui', 1 til' ' ""■ ' '' I. . ■> tl... fl.^t 1 11 

of Ibn term llier.oif lo I10 htddfii ill Ch'cajro, In said 

V lly. On II"' llr.il M Iny "f Aui;u»l, 1 ' ' ■ ' 

Hwi.Tiir.li'iinirl.iIln- Mil, I .(nnpln, mints' '111 .,( r uilddnl. 
I.I111 a'iiii.., nnd Uil' limit. TS and f IjIul-h 1 1 .•'■ ,,,. 1 .u.,1 

Blotcd, will 1(0 tultl'll lUt s-,.l.l|.,.| . ' '■ llt'TilJ 

HKnl11.1l you ueCordl[i,( toMi,. Tir.n.r 1 | - 1 .1 I. ,11. 
W, T. Bononsa, Coropl'la'Sol'r. inyJl-cIWT-iw 



IlMINlSTRATOR'S NOTIOE. 

ied having been duly appointed Ad- 

i.tuli' .if KM lin W. 'I",-|. 1, il.. 1.1 . .1, 



A, 

Int., of ilo.Uroiiiiiy.of" Ihf Slat., of llllnoln by tho COU .. 
ly Court of nald t'tmiitv. Inm wt tin- Uilr.i Minday nf Jim* 
m-Xt ul flleruiol mild 0..urt U„n It, t ,■ Ind.l for Ih^ pre- 
ri'ii tin. lit 1,11,1 Biliinlhiillotnif all ,-lilms nvaliml mid futatu, 
■il wlncli tliin' nt tl,..- court ll.ii... In <!ri|.::ii>o, «!l nerions 
I, living liny ,'lnlmj ni:iili,.' nitl ontitti. Ore r.tiueated to pr»- 
: ,'i,T th.' Limn Iur uilluttmcnt. 

BAR4U KLIZAJ3ETH TIIAOY, 
Admlulttnitrli. 
Dated April llllii|16W. apia-cn-M-HTiM 






TATE OF ILLINOIS, County of 



ii,,, .1 v.n ,,f i.ttit'iio, 
Clurk or 

r't'l'ni'h 



at;. . 



dHol 



■ r ■ 1 1 [ . 1 ■ .1 



....loidol. 
InrV dlneii'd to the t>arrliIof Cook County which ia d writ 

tl'f ml, I ll..,d.-r, I'litmn, -li.itl ppr.«..n:ilh I'-.- nnd nfi'iiir 
1,,'l.ir.- th.- said SuiHirlur Court of Clile-w, on or litforo 
tho lint duy of tho Itmi thereof, to to holdtn at 
tho Court Iloose lu iho City of DUesfO an the first 
Monday pf J mo. A. D. 1SW aWc- -[.ctlnl >>!i|l and plead 
lotho.oa'd plulnlllTV action, Jndtiemenl will Lu entered, 
onalrst you and In favor of the said plaintiff, and so 
inucb of the property attached ns iiiay he suulcleni to 
•flllifv Iho said Judgment aud couL will lie sold lo naUsfy 
™o mmo. WAL> Ell KIMUALL, Olerk. 
1l oatxS, MoAllibtkb A Jhwitt, Plfff '» Atl'ys. 
c ■^7I-4w 

T7. STER'S SALE.— State of 1 111- 

VI Oook County, e»— Cook ''t.unly ClrCUllCourt. 

XI M. nol», j,, I,,, |(. Klnili' v'l.Gni.r^..' '.'. ilutcs, Thom- 
Iu Uhancery. nd Jame^ AvcrtlL 
uArmflrdDCB hs hereby glven.lhstln pnreunnceof too 

IMIillc Ni.lkv -,-■■ , l,l.-r .1 ■', ll" ■ J '",.'- .i.l.'.'-l l'i ', I. 

maodalelnndect «ch, A. D Wti. 1. 1-. ''■■ 1'alno r-eer. 
Iho lllth day of M. - of CootCounly, SlaleaforcJJld.wlll , 
onM/.Me' In.'hnnceri -me, A. 1). lWO.ecll st puhllo aue: 
tho eleventh duy Of J , *-ecl nWMcr, ul llo rn.rth door oflho 
tlon foresail, to Uie hlet • of Chicago, Counly of Coot 
Court House, In the City *ie forenoon of said day, nil ot 
afore so. Id, ot (en o'clock In U ' of rtolei'ote. lo wit: "AH 
the folio whii; described paroe, nd dtuuted In Ujo City ot 
that certain factor parcel ol la ealtd Bur,' lielnx nil that 
OhlcaKo, and usu lly called Ihe ■ t No. ten (10), In town- 
part orilioiiprlli Imctlou of fucllo. -.ee fourteen (H), east 
Ship No. Iblrtyiiiii" (U'.i i miril, ol r.i. ''esiouUiof the piers 
oftliu llilrd|.rl t id|..Ll m, r'.-linn, which I. Td which Is not lu- 
conBlructml In II, lnubor ,.i i hh.^o. a. 'lUon lu die said 
Cludiid In the wm.- r hits of Klr./Vs Ad^ 'aid out on tho 
townof ChlfJif" it- the mid wati-r ktsare i now ou Uio 

orlulunl pint or inup of fuld Kliinf'B nddltloi. Coonty 0" 

In the uLki- ..i" thf lU-f.rd.i of Deeds lor lb t - Is herab'. 
OooK, lo which ml, I ordinal map or pbl rfiVrt-ne lake (D* 

nnd,' ..r.in math thereof u niaj bo nec«ssary tot s cosia, 
wonoy due to sold complainant upc- --'- 






Uhica*,.. M» 



L.U. PAHYJJ t'UKKK, 
afiutcr In Chancery, Cook Connl 
I. IBSO. myJScl'H- 



"Yy- A It L PAPERS 

SELLING 

CHEAPEST VV TOWJW 

T. E. BIOBT, 

,!.„. „^....Eandolph StSBBT ...^.--81 

ap30clS6-Sm 

WALL JAPEB. 

I, ABGEST ASSOKTMBNT OF 

lvj-TI-W PATTERNS 



•f the town to whk-hlhpSvrlnKu situated. 

To prvttoel the public ftwni such impositions, wo have jl 
OUItJetrks BrinirJ lBU< 



: WATER. : 

Any one r.othnrins those words and letters oa IfcoCorks, 
arv counterfeit; and the purchaser should prosecute til* 
• filer for swindling. 

S3* Order? will Nectvo prompt attention If srldrcssed to 
bs at eonjrrrs* Sprint:, Sarstojw, New York, or ai sur 
Southern D#j-05 of CorwTvi! Wnlcr Jd N>w York cJty. 
CLARRE A WHITE, 

Proprietors Congress Springs. 

lIcsirs.Gajre.lSro. J; Drake, Trenionl Hotisc ; Gale Brca. 
J. H. Reed * Co.; Teuton. Robinson * Smith; F. A. 
Bryan, £»!.; W. F. Tucker * Co n of Chicago, Illinois, are 
supplied with the genuine Congress Water direct from on. 
house ; and we would recommend them favorably to pet 
loni In CfiieA^o, or vicinity, who desire to purchase outr- 
un Domtom Water. CLARKE A WHITE. 



On New York. 



<ffo=i)armet!3t)iB Notices, 



COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. 
—The co partnership heretofore existing between 
j,>nX KlHV.Atil> «lLKi.w .,.1 SAmUCL IIENKY 
1T.ROCK. of Chicago, under the itylo acd Arm of 

TV ilk ill 9 A Alcock, 

Is this daydlvoU-ed by mutual consent. 
Eltror partnemf the l.ita Dim h nuthoriied tocollset I be 
tills and isCUa outsiaudlnit u 



G^fDr. .Tas. McClintock's Asthma 

Remedy.— Prepared delusively from vegetable substances, 
•ontainlng no narcotic, and acting upon tho pulmonary or- 
gan' as a soothing, anti-Inflammatory, and yet Invigorating 
■gent, this preparation is the only uniform, certain mid safe 
Bpeclflc (or acute and chronic As'hmaand whooping cough. 
Price. 90 cents. Sold by JOHN D. PARK. 134 Lafce 
streeL myS-lm 



.^^ Barry's Tricopherons is the best 

• Id cheapest article for dresslnc beautifying, clean sing, 

ittrllng, preservimr and restoring the hair. Ladles, try It 

■ iiw ail Omenta and Pertnnters. rphUh-flaStn 



unoK 



ER'S BITTERS.' 



■B than thirty years, have stood unequalcd and un- 
rivaled -BOTWTTBST AS DISO J.TM*E0173 IMITATION* ASTD 

CocrSTSErzrra— for their tonic and truly valuable medicinal 
properties In all cases of complaints connected with the 
Stomach or tha Nervous, System, as well as for their jjeno- 
raluseftilnossasamost agreeable stimulant in their varl- 
■us pleasmt appllaaces. In accordance with the testi- 
monials of medical Faculties in Europe, they bate also 
here been pronounced and acknowledge!:, by all who tried 
them, to be -THE BEST BITTERS EVER INTRO. 
DTJCED." snd It Is confident felt that they will maintain 
their reputation on their own unsurpassed merits. 

For sale by most of the prominent Growers and Druggists, 
Bill, wliha liberal di*e->ur:t >c li e tr.i.l.\ i-v H..; Ar"" 



ITH-Cll-Jro 



No. 



L. FtJNKE. JR. 



w York. 



jBcmnncd, &c. 



T 



HE GREATEST WONDER OF 

THE BISETKEHTB CENTURY. 

Past. Weod's liair Restorative. 

j»vs the St. Louis, Mo., Democrat: Below we publish 
a lettar to Dr. Wood, of this city, from a cenneman In 
Ma.oe, which speaks glowingly of tit superior merits of 
hlibtfrtcnlc. Such evid-tcs must have Its effect, when 
coming from a reliable source. If certificates are jruaran- 
tees of truth, the Dr. needs no encomiums, nor useless puf- 
ery from the press; 

Baza, Mann, Jan. 10. 1S53. 
Professor O. J. Wood 4 Co.— Gentlemen: Having m> 
attention called a few month* since to the highly bencfltljj 
■ffectsor your hslrratorcttve, 1 wj.i induced to make ap- 
plication of it opor rcy own hair, which had become quite 
jrey, probably one-Uiud white; my whiskers were of same 
Character, .'■ome three mouths Bince 1 procured a bottle of 
your hair rwtorslive, and used it. 1 soon found it was 

frovinf wttit 1 b-id wished. I used it about twice a week, 
have since pro alist! another bottle, of which I have used 
lome. I can ii-T7 ctrtily to the world that the grey or 
white bair has .j'aily dbapp&tred, i ot.h on my head and 
face, and my h. it Ua resumed ils natural color, and I be- 
lieve icn:e sort Jiid iiossy than it ha3 been before for twen- 
&-flve yeara. I iiu now sLiti y.^:: .11 ; my good wife at 
the age of flftv-t— .-, vi jr.-, Las ursd it wit h thi same effect 
The above notice I ji ■ m due to you for your valuable 
discovery. I am Jisurrtthnt whoever will rightly u«, «j 
per directions, w i not have occasion to contradict my 
■tatement . . am a citizen of thle clt7 and a resident here 
lortJ 1 ' flftciii veirs, and am kuown to nearly every 
^a° i;ere and ltd joining t-iwna. Anv nie yon may make of 
Ike above, Willi my name attached, is at your service, as I 
Wish to prteer. Vfctlif, fefmUeaoI n lure in otnersas well ij 
rnyielf. Hmtnjyyoura A. O, RAYMOwD. 

BAiTlMuaE. .luD.aJ.loOfl. 

WOOD'B HAIR RESTORATIVE. 

t Professor \V'."il— I'i.jr S'.r: Hivi^ bad the mlsfortuno 
lolos^ the neit portl'in of rny hair, from the effects of the 
yellow fevor. is Nir" Orltui In lt-M, 1 was Induced 10 
makeatrte' a j-oarfTeparaii.-ia and found It tonnsweras the 

very tamg i 
no words cau 
afflicted su^i 

1l-- -m \- '■■■.!.'!, l:>:v.,T. K, Rr Jt - t -. n n ri,ir,l-,ur in rpgo- 
larsLi-id r,= iC'l pi=iorof the iJrtjj»doi Church at Brooft- 
fleid. Mjs;. Be Is a gentleman of great lutlnei.ee and unl- 
Tenaliy beloved. WU. DYER. 

BsooKrrruj, Jaa. lu, i-ij. 

Professci Wood— Dear Sir: Having made a trial of vonr 
Ea* K . -'v... :> _-.-.'■.- ■_:■ [■ ■. r. :■ ■ .,v *■ ;" ■ :'. *'. 

has been excellent In rtm.ii'-t ■ ti rl .i ; ; i re j ;» ' . ■■n, dandruff and 
a constant icndency to iuhlng wltti which 1 have been 
troubled liom my childhood; and has also restored my hair 
which was becoming gTey. to Its original color. 1 have use/ - 
M otber article with anything 'bte the same pleusure or 
ptOBt Vourt truly, J. K. BKAUG. 

O.J. li"0<>D A '-0., FrojiriUors, 813 Broadway, New 
Tork. (m tL'rtrcjtN. Y.Win Kiue E_-!j'..llshme!.<,> and 
lllSi,-i-' ■•-. - M. L'ui^, Mi.'. AnJ sold t.y all xoort 



iow thick and elossy, anc 

ions tn y.u lr, divine t.i lui 

FINLEY JOHNSON. 



HK N A P 1 J , M . D . 
• FORMERLY OF NEW TORE, 

Dan be consulted, either personally or by letter, In regard 
to all diseasi"-* wtici. '[.■-■ ■ r- -y.~ with unpr- dented success, 
onanew srsttm. He cures Chronic Case* of Diseases, 
which have been pronounced Incurable by i lie medical fac- 
ulty generally, such - " ** 



9 and Neuialeic Affection*, 



*.:: . c-.,.'. - . ^ . - --- - 

Dlseaoes of Women. All Forms of Scroluu, Dyspepsia. 
CoEs'ipat.on, .-Kir, ID-f a-e.-, (.nn L erousand Tubereulus Af- 



^ of Children, a 



fectiooa, Includitii! Ku'imi.tjrv (.CL-'iiiij.t.un, Kheuuuiiiaui. 
Paralfflis, Epiiin y. A=;Lii.j. bJ'T ltbgum. Remittent and 
IiL-r^i'.ltnt 1' " 

"s has bad a__ 
iB treatmimt or 

CAJVCER8) 
which he cures wUhout the knife. 

Remember tte Doctor J ..-;■■■ p-'"r;.SC >« Tire a:! 't.i L -=t 
•f Diseases. While all Diseases are ocoablz, If taken In 
season, all stages are not. Your case may be eumble thla 
week.notnei: — to-day, not lo-morrow; hence, the danger 

tSTi. ■ nsultatlon free. OfBce honra from 9 a.m. In 9 p.m. 
OFFICE 17*i Si.'. ('LAKE STREET, 
fU '»lt ■'vr.r.^-t ... -I M -r-r- *' - ■-■■-.w., Il 



TO THK AFFLICTED.— Dr. Wm. 
B. STANTON, formerly of Albany, N. Y., late Of 

Jackson, Mipir-^ii, >tj~ i-.-riujiuM v Incited In Chicago, 
tor theptu:)*' ■>' n.'-d.ur..-. I'lli'.- S'uvliw^st comer Kan- 
(Mion and Stat^ fiy~'<-. fartiintir uLleutiorj Riven to the 
trettmealof t.;lliUtMic DI-t-ASES. n 

RiJEErscES^PTof. A.'.'urt:,', M. U . Cincinnati, Ohio ; 
J. D. Friend, M D.. New Yor . W. h-ubmIL 11. D, 
Albany, N. Y-.-.'M. W. Hill, boffai.'. >w icrk, 

mhnbaao am 



HOPE INSURANCE COMP'Y, 
Of PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
Caj»h Capital 9160,000. 

ATI trald Id and necnrely Invented. Thin Company Insures 

arafatL/'-s '■'!'■ L'iMA'.'r. -■'.■ K'i'.r >:.-■«<. la- 

vSrabie Urw. Apply w HAVEN i H£RRICK. Agents, 
VI Lake street, Chicago. felFfin lv 



H STOKE, PIANO FORTE 
• MANUFACTURER, 

10 North Clarkatreet, Chics go, TIL, 
Square Piano Forte In plain and ornamental cases, fnl 

fcli and one-third Octave Rosewood Pianos for »175, cash. 
Eeven Octave Rosewood from i22fl uo to %Vf). Warra.nt*d 
for Ave years. 



w 



OOL TWINES & BURLAPS. 



GILBEBT HUBBARD i CO., 

Dealtra In 
TWINES AND CORDAGE. 

p7«X47*-!tn 809 EontU WaU* rtreet, cor, Wellfl. 



Chicago, Ma>-a)tl).1SjQ. 



J--^- 1 



NOTICE. — The co partnership 
licreloforeeibtlnnni Rojoaon * Bradley, between 
ltieUid 1 ;ia i giieJ,1sli> mutinil n um^i.i. ■ I-.- -Ivi-i. „„„„ 
W. H. Rill.HSoX, 
L. A. BKAMI.KV. 
•Vou' . Mai "1. 1-Ci . li I'lw 







j O PARTNEKSIIIl' NOTICE. 

The Oo-rartrnTjliip lifritof"! <■ i*sl?tinK uii'ler the 

WRIUIlT. OlI.LB'I'l' A RnW.-i.^, exinr.-fl M.'n 

day bv lt--< lliiillah.-.u, :m.| bv tnuluiil cini-.nt. Tlio buiJ- 
nes-; ■111)" lalotlrru will !■■■ .hH:.-.i t.v ,1. I.h H. Wrltlil and 
LevIRawson. Jultrf it. WKH1I1T. 

JOHNiTHAM MlLLElT, 
NewYorfc,March81,18fiO, LEVI RAWSON, 

ThBiind.'i.°l|.iiedlinvi' ll,lni:i\ ' r .,,'1 :i «'■■ •urt'.i'rJiip 
iiij.b-r tic i am,' and u :,■ "I \V 111 ■ t 1 A l.A Wvi i\, f,.r 
the iriiii^cli-'Ji «f aW,.i,nil'r. ..' - lln-incAS 

a-sfucee^'T.-ii-r Wil^l.t, uilMl A 1 ■■-■ .. -•■ N>'. 1 Front 
etrtet. .1 'IIS 1. WKIUHT. 

Hew York, Slarcli 31, ISflfl. LEVI K.VW>ON. 



iPor IJiftc'i* 1-eafe, 



piKE'S PEAK OUTFITS. 

Guns, Rifles, Pistole; Colfa. Allon'e, , 

Sliiiri.r-, ati.l i-verj varbty t,l K.:V,,lv.-r; 
U-.ivii Kuii'.s. !■ HI-. 1'Lctr, .'iL.'.Vi'lf.ruii-s 
O.'l-I "Hk.N lll.il [..!-. M...' ii'l ■ I..I- 'I I ■'■ 

Ler'i »""!-■« ; I'.-w-b-i. Sbut, t'aj'S, and I! 
mutiliiiiii L-encrally. 

Agent for i>l . Limls Shot. 

Bom Agent fur Qazard'i Powder. 
api^j; t;E'>. T. a mi ET, 158 Lake street. 



pORTHE GOLD MINES. 

OHAS. A. BATON, Agent, 

[eccyeseon TO p. baton * co.,] 
BHARP'S AND COLT'S RIFLES, 
OOLT'S P1STOTS, EOW1E KJJIVES 
also, a large assortment of Target and other 
Rlflea, EhotGuas, and other \ \ aratu 
aReneraloutfllforthc Mines, at SELal 
*W gj iv 



JBmu«t& eatiiB, 



FULLER & ALBAUGH,- 



BENTfiS-iTS, 



W. W. ALLPORT 



D 



ENTAL DEPOT IN CHICAGO. 



larESTERN BRANCH ITOIJSS: OF 

JONES Ac WIJSTE, 

(S. R. ErNQHAM, SUkaohj,) 
103 . . Randolpli Street . . 102 

Constantly furnishing every variety of Dental merchan- 
dise. Including their unrivalled 

F « « t -Si 1. -) I -V THETn, 

E warded thirty "tlrat premiums" In the ITnitod Stated and 
urone.) Gold and Tin Foils, Gold, suv," ami t'latiiuira 
Plate and wire. Operating Jn-lfum^utn. i ilDce Furuit'ire, 
Lalbet, Oonindnm Wheala, Rolling Wills, Ac. Termi 
itririlvensb. aMV«7 e m 



TTAIR NETTS, 
ZBPHVH WORSTEDS, 

TRAVELING BASKETS, 

Hosiery of all Kinds, 

Knitting; Cotton and Cotton Warp, Che- 

nile Canvass, &c. Serpentine 

Braids and Crochet, and 

Small W ares, 

AT SI T 1 1>\ A: BAKKGTT*8, 

fLateR. Dunk,) 
41 LASALLE STREET 41 

myH-tga-Sm Ofp. Hoffmann Ji Gelpcke'i Dank. 



LEATHER! LEATHER 11 
FrenchCnlf and Kip Bpatdlh tol", Morocco, Aft, A 
choice selectfou JuM received. 
Harness Hrldli.', tii" - Kit., f.'air, die., Ac., of onr own 
Tanning at our new store. 

No. 230 Lake Street. 

tpM (I. <1. WALLlN A rJON. 



ROSEUILL CEMETERY.— The 
ManaperBofllic Roscblll Cemetery would, announce 
that on and uflrrlhl!Ml:it.' they ,.[i',;r to II... [i.iMuj!.... ■ ..■:,■.- 
tlon ''fCcmitury L"ls. "Hit IVrm lurv tan lnv9Bt.ht(Sby 
the Lake Vli# i'luuk Hc.,1, im ■. Unui I.jv IfTTij, jjiftiie 
Pntirlf Kij't ruLiiiiiu: northwe-jl Iron, ti.e i t, 1 c aaRli-' li - C* 
North Clark add W.-lls ,1 r.i.1 1 hr-.n^I- hn-.vn. n.v UJKJja'by 
thtt.'blca,'... ai.. I Mii.wi.nki >■ lLiili...id t,, < :>ii( iijuUcr Station, 
Foi riirlh,r[,arU, iiL.r„iii.ia,f .■ ..,: iL-..tlk. -1 the r , <,m|.any, 
No. RS Clark atieet. W-tv-dBBS 



OUIS MAUSS, 



Practical Optician, 

..SOUTH OLAnK STREET. 



..78 



Opp'p-lte theCourt limine. Beat ^reuch Cryiital an# Bra. 
tlllan Pebble Si-eHaLk't,E)eUla.M.B, upern Qlflaaea, 
HlOROSCOPEa, TELEBCOFES, 
MathernaUeal Instruments, etc, etc., constantly on hard. 
All kinds of ln-lrmi:' ill :, ,ijj ■.;,... ui,', , [■■■j.iilred, and glad a 
Inserted Inlnol'l iruiuo \ a $ 



w- 



ATCHES AND JEWELRY. 

The undersigned has now opened his new storu at 
No. 306 Slate Street, 

" ' 'nd! of Walehes, Olocka 



Where be eells and . ,_ 

and Jewelry, nnd warrants them. Slgaof 

The Self-Moving Window Clock. 

TSilni ADOLPH CANDLER. SflB SlaU. 




E AIR BAN K't 



PATENT 



l.l.i' ksniilli. i»e pioty una r ivn, norTCver, 
foiled to monopolize li's ott;nlion duriog these 
years of toil, ior by busbjnding his Kpure time 

overlings, rainy days, and thfl mid ot tvinler — 

ho made ndvoncea which no University could 
have secured to a pupil less apt and indefatige 
ble. At length, gaining the means of defraying 
hU own expeuscj", lie became a member — not in 
the usual way — of.Hnrvard College. 

I3ishoi> Pottkb Goixg to EcnorE.— Tho Rioht 
Rev. the Provisional llishop (Potter) of tnia 
Diocsce, is about to make a trip to Europe for 
the benefit ol his health, which has been some- 
what impaired by his arduous duties during 
tho winter. ITo n-ill be absent until shortly 
before the assembly of the Diocesan Conven- 
tion in the fall. Episcopal acts will be per- 
formed in this Diocese during the summer by 
Disbops Chase, of New Hampshire, Whittmg- 
banj, of Maryland; and DeLancey, of Western 
New York. 

— The West Chester (Pa.) Republican says: 
" By the way, talking with Moj. Schwartz, of 
Berks county, he informs me thtit Mr Lincoln, 
the Chicago nominee, is a branch of tbo old 
family of that name longr residing in Berks 
county, near Morgantown. A part of this funi- 
ily emigrated to Kentucky many ycrs since, 
and Abraham Lincoln, of Illiuoi-, is a descend- 
ant. Several of the Berks county family now 
reside in Chester county — Jorn Lincoln, a 
brother-io-law of ex-Sheriff Jonathan Jones, 
being a resident of W-jsi. Nantrreal. I happen 
to know John Lim jln and alt his household 
well. A n jer-hearted mti i does not live, and 
if "Old Abe," as they call litui, should cbauco 
to get elected President, and has the courage 
and pluck of his Chester county namesake, be 
would make short work of those men who come 
up from tho South to dissolve the Union on the 
occasion of the inauguration of a "Black He- 
publican" President. 

— Charles A. Barry, the Boston artist, whose 
designs for lithographs have given him an ex- 
tended popularity, is on his wav to Sprin^'liefd. 
Illinois to make a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. 
It will be lithographed and ready for sale early 
next month. 

AxoTnen Illustrious Visitor. — We learn by 
the mails of the Glasgow that Prince Napoleon 
is expected to sail forthwith in the French ves- 
sel Cass^rd, for Canada and New York, lie 
comes at the direction of the Emperor, and the 
trip in ended as a sequel to Prince Napoleon's 
tour in the Heine Hortenst. 

Liberal.— The Montreal Gazette publishes 
the names of the subscribers in that city to the 
fund to pay the expenses at the reception of His 
Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and the 
inauguration of the Victoria Bridge. The sub- 
scriptions amount to §17, 535. The whole affair 
will he arranged on a magnificent scale. 



[Correspondence of Uiu Boston Traveller.] 

BBiarr, March 39. 

Our distinguished countryman, Mr. J. S. Ra- 
rcy, after winning golden opinions in England 
and France, where be has amasied a large for- 
tune, has been speodiog somet : jie in the desert 
of Arabia, among the Arabs and their fine 
horses. In this Eastern trip, however, he com- 
bined busincis with picture, for he has made 

only the orthodox tour through the country 

that is to say^ irom Jafi'a to Jerusalem, thence 
to Demascus via Samaria and the Sea of Gali- 
lee, and thus on the Beirut by the way of Bal- 
bec, making at the some time several de- 
tours into the desert to search for the 
great tribe of Bedouins who bang among 
the borders or Syria and Palestine. In Je- 
rusalem he literally " astonished tke natives" 
in subduing the ferocity of the Pacha's stud 
by an exhibition of his power over tho horse 
creation before the res'dent Consuls. His pur- 
suit a.,er the Bedouin camps, however, was 
unsuccessful. A three days' ride into the des- 
ert convinced him that thev wore beyond his 
reach ; and when ho was informed that they 
were more than twenty days' journey beyond 
the Jordan, he abandoned the search, content- 
ing himself with seeing all the Arabian horses 
in Jerusalem, Damascus, and Beirut. 

In Beirut, Mr. Rarey received every attention 
to which his reputation entitled him ; and the 
American and European Consuls General treat- 
ed him with great respect. Invitations to din- 
ner and d'jeumr crowded upon him in such 
numbers that he was forced to decline some of 
them for want of time. The tlud of the French 
Consul General, Count Eenteroglis, composed 
of fifteen spleoilid Arabian horses, received bis 
special attention, and were pronounced to be a 
remarkably fine collection. 

One incident connected with the visit of our 
noted countryman to Svria is of peculiar inter- 
est. Mr. Johnson, the 0. S. Consul, introduced 
him to the somewhat famous Ayoub Bey, who 
presented Hon. W. H. Seward, of New" York, 
while visiting this cov.jtry last eummer, with 
three bne Arabian horses, which are to be for- 
warded to the United States by the first oppor- 
tunity. Inasmuch bs Ayoub Bey claimed for 
these horses the best blood in Syiia, our consul 
was anxious to obtaij Mr. Re ey's opinion upon 
these specimen horses, which are soon to be 
shipped to Auburn, N. Y. The Beyordered out 
the Seward horses, or two of them rather, for 
one was absent in the mountains, «nd tbey were 
trotted up and dowu tbe paved courtyard, to the 
great delight of those who were gathered to 
witness some grand exhibition. Thera was no 
exhibition, but Mr. Rarey, auer examining them 
thoroughly, declared himself better pleased 
with them than any others he had seen in Syria. 
Oue is a colt nf two years, and the other a large 
buy of seven years. 

I am loth to snv thut Mr. Rarey was some- 
what disappointed in Arabian horses, inasmuch 
bs he declares them to be undersized and infe- 
rior to many horses he had saen in America and 
England. But as he has bad no experience in 
trying their speed or endurance, and speaks 
simply in reference to their appearance and 
display when in motion, his expression of dis- 
satisfaction may be receiyed in a very qualified 



Tbe Dublin Mail says that within this last 
fortnight between four hundred and five hun- 
dred young men, of the respectable classes, havo 
left Ireland en route for Rome. They were 
picked up in Cork, Kerry, North Tipperary and 
Dublin, and each of them was furnished with 
£13 15s to pay his passage to Italy. The par- 
ticularity of the sum of money is singular. 
Whether the money came from tbe Pope's ex- 
chequer or the pockets ofhis holines' friendsis 
not stated. The emigration to the United States 
does not appear to be affected by the movement 
in the other direction, for an "extraordinary 
outflow" is said to depart weekly from Queens- 
town. 



iiai hi n* udi iti t>. i».u in >, 

Eutbroldeicd la Silk and Velvet. 

Carta's, Garters. Garters. 

Wire Elastics, In Kid, Linen and Cotton. 

Ghrters. Garters, Garters, 

In Fink, In Blue, In White, In Red. 

Garters. Garters. Garters, 

All Sorls and SIech, All I'at tents and Prices. 

AT PARK'S, 124 LAKE STREET 



OHAItLKS TOBEY & BRO., 

79 *V 74 

STATE STREET, 

Manufiicturcrsand Deal era In 

Parlor, (li amber and lliuiiig-room, 

Malnvanv, Black Walnut and Rosewood 

FURNITURE, 

Looking HI a sf.es ) 
MATTRESSES, BEDDING. 

HOWE'S PAXKNT 

E 1 i j> t i c S p r a bb s II e <!, 

Tbe best ever offered to the Fiiblle. 



CHAS. TOBEY & BRO., 
72&H... Stale Street 72 & 74 

CORNER RANDOLPH. 

BTThls Store, located nt tie tcrmlnun of tiic threo prtrt- 
ttp'il Hor^e Railroads, Is one uf lb" m.,at notes*! >'!■■ |>m>U 
ntlie city. myfcsno-Sro 



13AEGAINS I BARGAINS I I 
Paper Hangings 

WINDOW SHADES 

AT LESS THAN COST, 
At the great Closing Out Sale ftt 

S. a. L. PiSON'3, 

70 LAKE STREET. 70 

Four doom from State. 
mhflhTM-HO O. M WASntiUHNE, AwlanBfl. 



N 



EW STORE ! NEW GOODS ! 



121 UKE STREET. 



BROADCLOTHS, BASSIMERES, 

Doeskins and VesttDgs, 



FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

Of tbe very b(.*st and Uleat styles. Alao, 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goode, 

Or every description, nil cf whlcli we will offor to tbe 
I'Ut'ik ill oil [i , mid oolldt a abate of their ji;ittoua"e. Call 
and examine at 

SMITH A PRINDLE'S, 

121 Lake Street 121 

miocsoaim 



gRTJSHESI BRUSH ESI 

lluir, Noil, TeellitMinvlDg, Cloth nnd 

A large Etoek and gitat vnrlety of our two Importations, 
t QALB BROTHSBS. 

FaruUy Frcactlplk.E sii.re, 2V2 Randolph street. 

Combs! Combs! Comb*) ! 

A fine assortment of Shell, Golta Piircha, lluitilo and 

Eiigli.-:. H'.rol'r..;--...,;, Hue j[,.l 1> k..l i.:.,njbi, at 
GALE BROTHKHb. 
DesJt-Mlu Fine 1 allot tjooiifl, 4c, 
mySS 2112 K,n.|ol|.|i -irv.'t. 



S 



CALESI SCALES!! 
safes: bates:: 

The largest and hcr-l ntoek of the above articles area!- 
ways to be f .umlattli* LTKl'Et, ,t FjIASiTH Jlanu- 
lactarlcg Compauy'a Weaterii Depot 

I'm So. Water St., Chicago, III. 

They have also on band, 
HAY, FORK, FLOUR, DORMANT, PORTABLE, 

PLATFORM, and all oUer description ot SCALES, nod 
fall assortment o- TRUCKS, LETTER PRESSES 

SJGAR MILLS, 4e.,io. 

OTTht Company will sell at tbe loweat pos-lble ritctl 
atidail w,ll di. well to call u'. 1-J toutb Water .-treet. (Jhl 
cago, IlUools. my,"iKK-JH"-ui 



JJURLEY & TYRRELL, 
No. 48 Lake street, 

Ash attention to their slock ot 

CHINA, CROCKERY, 

Glass and Silver Plated Ware, 

TJar.n cpTzsar, tsji ra.ii .v, 

Housekeeping Goods, 

gipaclallyat-ttpjefltothc Olty Trauc. 



JVJORTON, ROBB & CO., 

Wliolcualo Denlors In 

GROCERIES AIVD FISH t 

And Geucral Comm igBloii ITIercliaDta. 

No. 16 River itreit, Chicago, HI. 
Crua. Rood. 

50,000 

STARK MILL BAGS, 

At $23.75 per Hundred. 

LIBERAL BISOOFNT FOR LARGER QUANTITIES. 
P. PALIUER, 

113, 1U&UC ...Lakb Sinerr 113. 11U11I 

mySTfiO-ly 

U 'I 1 



NORTH AMERICAN VIRE IN 
SURANCE COMPAKt, 
Or HinTFOttn, Cosbbctiovt ' 
PAID UP CAPITAL, 8360,000. 
Insurance Against Xioss by p^.,, q q \ v , 

HUBBARD & I1UNT. Agents, nhicm, 

Cor.t.'Urka n d.S,, utb V ^ tM- 

NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

Or NoBWiOB, Cons. "* 

Pafd np Capital, 6181, 63t5, fly, 
IKSUrlARCK AOAJifST LOSS BY naK 

01arliet..lliM'J..t.r. LfOmls' hlocW. Vj'1 I ..^ 



.ETNA INSURANCE fOin-Y, 

BARTFOBO, CONN, 
Incorporated 1819 . - - - . Charter Pepatnal. 

Cash Capital and Surpiuj— 92,194,)D0.02 

Firs and Inland Navigation Ratal 

TAKEN A I LIBERAL TERM8 AHP RATES. 
Eapcclr.1 attention given to lEflaraoeeof Dweiuga and 
Contents for tcrmeof one to Qve yeara. 

ASSETS JAN. 1, I860' 



ParVa t'tVai. 

Unui: Sticks. AO «. )M-,.<0U 1 -M.'t-'I -O 

U. S. Mn. k i.-.- [:..L..r-r ^'■■' - --. -..'.'>" ro -!■;.■''■'■ iu, 

Mai, M.,.l;. .V H.IIOW V'M.vi^u 

CHvSl-..-k6,'Ai H vllH 1 I. 1 ** H'-J'tlOij 

Mortgage Bonds , Bi.OOOOO B3.006 00 

ReafEaLitc, uoloBumbeied 7C.99* U0 

Miscellanea"" ltem?i S7.739 6fl 

Cash on hand nud deposited on call 

andliinuoiilaLaada ®i.W -23 

*2,191,100 03 

Olalms nnadjnsted nnd not due »179,P5T 66 

Application- ti-ceuci. mid lMitl^tnaued orwucwed tiy 
oriT i.flln do. y j Jt'_. ■;.?.,- A^flits. I."- ^enaitfttly ItdjLst- 
etl unci paid in funds current at any o( the Hanks In II. 

Agents appointed, supplies furnished, and all business 
pi.-rtiisiii.st,. 11 H"n.'ral iUOBrvir- 1 — '■ 
promptly attended toby 



e Mat.' : lLImc.Lt 

WM. B. PATCH, 
mM» A e* nt. .-i-rin afield. Illinois, 
A - rtr ^ts forCblr- tnrt 



HUHHAHD A HI AT. AKents for L-hlcago, 

yl'-lv M.i.l I - 2;'' '"" , L ' r " s W"°r*ni«Tfcnl. 



lyHE UNITED STATES 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of tbebuslnea of other 



1AS7 



v Pollt 



15M. 



1867. 



Policies. tlieyeai 

1004 l-iiitr.i>titcflLiie....l.':77 for »3.7«0,6SO *I,6S7,WH 

Til New Y.-Ti Life 7U-i 2,341.011) ifiTa.lOl 

r.vj N..-V/ Ei.sl-iii'] 060 2.-.T3.S00 1,878,5a 

731 M.nKi'tiiQ 5S3 I,M3,f'M 2/U-.I..J 

All Coi.ii, diet 0S7 1,635.550 Ul'j 5T1I 

EiJ Mutual lieriutlt 431 1,(10,1 « l.tltiv.tJIO 

Albion ■ 437 I,tt4(,t27 

The assstfl or tbls Company exceed $700,000. 

Tbe Annual Iiif.imn;iiced3i»-jeo,000. It Is purely Ma- 
lual, and lis .livul./n,!- ;ir,' (.aid In Cash. 

Sino- Hs Mtfaii it-it I'M., it li;u issued 7, '13 policies. 

Tbe lircC Capital t-afc liivestmenis and economical man- 
ngemeat, render Its necurity beyond question. 

JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. 

K. 0. DE QRUOT, Actuary. . , JOHN EAUIE, Eeo'y. 



Applications for Agencies In the Not 

Dfl ORREN E. BIOORE, Gen'l Agent. 

an,10c3I6 3m (iLBce 14SH South Water street. 



Pumiung, 



O.AS PIPE AND FIXTURES. 
Brown & "Wilder, 

&1 & 49 State nareefc, - = = - B.ip Stairs. 

CORNELIUS ± BAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. 

Gas Fixtures. 

^Tbe richest assortment In the city, comprising «11 LaU 
Fitting V. 

8-ly-iS47 



ro D. McFARLANE'S 

Gas, Steam Fitting 
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT, 

M....LASALLH STREET, OH30AQO....H 
tfss Flztnres and Iron Jrorni-tara, 

PRACTICAJL PL.TMBER 



TO THE TRADE 

The trade supplied with tools and every article in theQae 
BWam Kittles and Plumtiug BttrinBU. RfrQUdlng and 

Uuridnt .!one to order. 
I»- UanuCaetory 167 and 109 EastWaalilngwn street. 



MOUNT VERNON BANK, IN 
PROVIDENCE, R.I. State of Rbode f slant!, 4c, 
Providence, ic. At the September term of tl.c Supreme 
Court.holdcn nt I'r.vii. iiiC aiitiio ami i*>r 'he ' "uunty of 

l'r..vi.lrni..',li. U,e Stait of Hb.ide labml, Ac. ItWMHr- 
dm?. I an.! 1l1-.jr5.--d li\ f .jl,l I'mirt Il1.1t tli.- ln'Mcra of tbe 
bill* of Ihi.- Si,.imtV'cn,..ii I Link irmrdetto |..- erilliied • " 

" ' ' ndof thoassetsofsa' J " 

be Keculveroii nrh. 

IBM. 

Inaeenr,l:ii.i . wilt, =.iul .l.'ir.'c, tho unJersifined plve no- 
tice to all holders of the billaof s..i,l Mnki,. .iep,)sli the 
snine with 1,1m, „( bis ..111..'., in Rl.Kkit.'.ii. t'l",'k. Nn. 25 
Wcyb,..H.ii-i .1 ,,.,.( in tjij I'r.-v'iJcni ,'. mi "f *■*.-[■■-«.' tin.- ik^l 
dayof July A. Ii.1.s<,o. fll „l tun', eurh depo'-nors almllre- 

-'-■' ifrom lilm..-urllH.:.Li., uf m.-.h deposits, wblc 1 ' -' 



-LX.' BANKER AND BROKER, 

75 Dearbora street, CUlcaso ill 

'ANK OF FOND DU LAc" 

• TONDDULAC, 

Wtaoonsm. 

I. E.LErnuiTe, Cashier A. Q. Ilorua, Prom. 

CikcLr.ii ntda free of cbnrge, and remitted promptly 
>t current ra tea on-xchaii ne. no3-Iy 



B 



"\f ARINE BANK, 



Capital 9500,000. 

iB,Uaiiileraii,' Secretory. 

J. YOl.'Mi »(.' A MMuN, President."" 
Collections made and dfjftd r..-uiltti.'j t., nlifinrt.iof 



B.F.OARVER,Ca!til.raii.' Secretory. 

-I. V'.il SiiH'AMMuN, I'r<-..iM..-M 

th^Un 



MARSHALL & DRURY, 
EXCHANGE. COLLECTION AND BANE1HO 

OfFlUE, 5I..UN3, iLnntots. 

Ditwrrr C-Matihuall. ^TepiiEH DBr/nv. 

IWCollectlonsniad.;- and remitted at current rates. .^1 

RErenencEB— Park Bunk, New York ; 11. ink of i'..ii t -h. 

heepsie, I'i.n^hk'-i-ij-li', N. w \. rl. , Sl.iriin Dink-, i'b|, : ,,, 0l 

Illi.i'.bitVlnt.' I:-..... Ci.k.iL'.., i:i.;i;-al;.'.', I'Mlllp, ,\ .',, 

Chicago, HI.; B. P. Stout & CO., St.. Louli, Mo. ^c^lxl 



pHICAGO TYPE FOUNDRY 
Printers' "Wareiiouse, 

SO WAHINGTON STREET 80 

TbesubscriberleprenarPd to furnisb Type In large or 
irjuill quantity-,, iijud.' i'r..ru u 3 uin r.'.r jua'AI) i-\ niirlji), for 
elthet cnshorM. s ,im v.'dp:ii',-r. Hfi?;i' = r. Hiipi.UeriwIth ■ 
larRestncli of Prtsj.-^, Ink W,-.,,! Type, and rvcryihlbK 
necvssjryf.iriie(im|.,.jiv printirii; ofilce. A new apecimen 
booklsnow re.i.iy i'.,rd '!i...Tv, uud mlllbe sent toparllee 
""'•orderon appllcatlr 



Haacfjiuerj), ffiarlifijate, Set. 



9AA TONS PJC4 IRON- FIRST 

AJUU iJUALITY, Apply to 

THOMAS S. D1CKKUSON, 

METAL ■WAKBHOUSB, 



iistflie 



D L. TtunriTJ Tt'a 



SEXTONS AND UNDER- 

TAXERB. 
RO. 88 LA BALLE BTREET, 
Have on hand, at nil times, every stylo and finish of Wood, 

L-.i'i r,r. :,-;.,, i/. .« is . ^., 0< ^ttouda. 
with Hea ra "- -■ 
Funerals . 

pr>.-_;.. ,".•. .:-. ,.,m„ tli-lr [, j alre^ ? at. mit.vjr^. 



T D. DECREET & CO. 

W • MATfOFAOTttUtlia Of ALL MLJllIDB Ot 

ABOaiTBOTURAX. IHON WOBE. 



Pullor'n Patent Portublo Iron Fence, 

AND JOHNSON'S PATENT 
I/tOJY ROM.LMJYti 8HVTTBB. 

OFFICE, HOS. 3 AND 4, PARDEE'S BUILDING. 
Corner South Water and Wells sts„ Chicago. 
"" S. B. WUJlams, Ape 



N. S. Boutom, 



Injilil-li-lM-Bm ) J. P. Dzon «r . 



P A T & COMPANY'S 

Machinery Depot, 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 

Have theLarKCit and Best Assortment of 

STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES 

AMD B(»ILERS, 

PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, 

WASH AND MOULDING MACHINES, 

H'oodworth Planing Machines* 

WITH AND WITHOUT MAT0D.LNO. 

Doane's Patent Resawing Machines, 
Doane's Stave and Barrel Machinery, 
Doane's Ileading Lathes and Joiners, 
Doane's Shingle Machines. 



S«'e Wester 



Jle of DUFOE 4 CO'S 



Dutch Anker BSrand 

BOLTING- CLOTHS. 

A Large atook constantly on hand. Also, 
BART A MUNSON'S 

PATENT FLOIKUVGANU CBIST MILLS. 

Leather and ltttl.be- Betting, Lacing, 

Packing, Art'., tVc. 

At the v«ry Lowu.-t Cash Prices. 

W. B. DOANE, Ajjent, 
myHa-lln-lv i:t^i ' ■ n-;- t.. U:,i.;.u'n. 



Chicago Lead Works 

LEAD PIPE, luMB & SHEET LEAD, 
Sliet, ;AV blto Lead, 

Red Lead, and 

Litharge. 

PIG LEAD, PUMPS AND HYDRAULIC- RAMS. 
Orders from the trade loliclted. GASH paid fo 



HV. D.ITMARS, 
e PRACTICAL 

• flitch! nest and Pressman, 

NORTH WATER STREET, 

One Door West of Wells-st., Chicago, 111. 

Particular attention paid to repairing Printing Presses. 

btfurii tiipjini'S rebuilt, ami -tt unto nrder. 

Order; from the country solicited. P. 0. Bo 1 343. 




I860 SPRISS TRADE ISfiO. 

DAVIS, SA WVEK & CO., 

DHY HOODS JOBBERS, 

49& M Lake Street, 
A Very Large and Complete Stock, 

Comprising the latest styles and most seasonable goods) 
which will be offered at New Torte Jobbing prices, for cash 
or approved credit. 



SOMETHING ENTHtRLV. NEW, 

Raptures Cured 

Hard K u b b e r, 

ll RIGGS TRUSS' 

This Truss Is unllfee all others ever used, botn in < ob- 
struction and material. Does not conjtatitly press Id the 
rupture, and llio-eliy give oal. for a ttun (.r life, HRc most 
of trusses In u-e, l>ut prvfSiM In r.jur places ajiousd, tlie 
ring blinking t ti ■ p 'it- tut.. -II...T, fjli-itu; imtu'O a ohaKoKIO 
cur,-. wIik.Ii, it .liK'f In nvii'ly all eves. Does not press 
UPON THE Cm P. iir ..l,,tnict clroilatlon; nev t r soils 
or corodea, and Is always ..-le-.tn nnd iipw. Younii p^n-ons 
nnd recent cases always cured. Physicians say It Is the 

Only Philosophical Truss in Use. 

None but tho". who hav,. suflVrcd with the miseries of rap 
turo can appreciate the value of tlio "Rlgge' Trusa.' 
Oases of years' standing 

HAVE REEN CURED 

bythls Truss wlll.ln three months past. _ 

I. B, SEkLEY. <iiiii..T.n Al'-i.i. will be at his office. 
No. pj| Luli'' Btr.fl ain,i.r,.f WVIK ' Ullce ojien from 9 

a. u. t'i a i'. u. Call And ciiuiiliH' f..t youraclvcs. 



1\ 



EW YORK DYE WORKS, 

WHI. YERBUIW, 

1ST S. Clnrt-st., between Madison and .Monroe, Chicago, 
Dyer and Cleaner of all kinds of Silk and Woolen Goods. 
Also, Straw P.. hint lik-uil..--r nn.l Pr. .-sser. St Pie and 
counto- wort i.'ii.ci'i.illv .ntu nlcd 10. ap-Tno-ly 



C 



HOUSE SAFES for Family Use. 
Intended for Bllrai Ware, .1,-welry anJ ,,tber yalu- 



WUKi.'ESTEK, AaenU, 

107 Scott watorstttet. 



ITY HOSPITAL. 



A Private Ward for Private Patients, 

Has been opened at tho City Hospltnl for the reception of 
womeu Lvl'i- 11 women, un.l 0U1 rt will iieieceived at 
■'"""ndanc^trr ii"i'-.». 



BOOTS &. SHOES 

At Wholesale, 

43 LAKE STREET 44 

DAVIS, SAWYER & CO., 

Having large facilities and experience, have purchased an 

Large rind Carefully Selected Stock, 

Which will be offered at prices that shall defy competition 
East or West, nnd all goods warranted to give entire satis 
faction. 



HATS, CAPS, 
STRAW GOODS, 

Umbrellas and Parasols. 

43 & 44.. ..Lake Street~~49 & 44 

DAVIS, SAWYER & CO., 
Wholesale Dealers,' 

Have In rtoro a large and very complete stock, comprising 
he most recent styles, direct from the manufactures, all of 
which will be offered at prices that cannot fail to satisfy. 
mhl9-b34S-8m •• 



"jiXTniiKM—T.. currett an error which w"™ A ' . 



ff«sjafffiSM^^H5rste 

ratio, mi pucot otfloto. kJ««m i, ^„liS* "" 

WADSWOBTH & WELLS, 

■Wholesale Donlore li, 

BOOTS igJVD SHOES, 



Wo own Its Mclualvo right for the tale of 



for and within th- Stat.^ ot WlMoqaln, Iowa, ami Mlnna- 
g*U and hr-rt'bv give notice that . .11 [..irtlci dealhip In thcs-J 
goods within the above Stuie.\ wfthou' '— ' 



celehrated ireinufii.tur.. wdeict.y w. ,-nn In'ly ruir.i.iy th,. 
bcreasmanfmaiidwith ih.i best .|ualltl.is .,f it,,-.' Ti,.|,.-,t 

li.'i.H 11 r, ! \f,,-,, ■. l'r -_. I n ■".-■ o*rt,.i 1« /ihi«.- n ^...x. fc ..._ 1 w 



which will l>i> sranip. d -r l:it.,ll.d wlilnnii i>\me. 



STEWART'S COOKINt-i STOVE 
STILL Ailb'AD.- The aeknowledaeri superiority o 

Tln-'V-n'ilni- arliilv f'-r ejali' only |.y (.'. .MET/, A^ent, af 
l-ii^ui- -tt'-l- I'i'w.'.'i. M,.i,r., ui..l Adiiii-. A.. : -.a 
B,>od aiaortmeul of HoaAekeoplng, Hardware and Tin- 
ware. .apJtCOTB-lT 



6. G. COOK & CO., 

(Successors to Salterlec, Cook * Co.,) 

WHOLESALE EBHBS 

AND DEALEBS IN 

WOODEN WARE, 

liried Fruits and Fish. 

16 & 18.. ..State Street. ...16 & 18 
CHICAGO. 



T ELAND & MIXER, 

li» SoutU Waler-st 13a 

PREMIUM HAMS! 



on which thev obtained tno F1RS1 ... 

cent United States Fair. Also, Smoked Beef, Pork and 

Lard constantly on hand. 

P. O. BOX 4276. CHICAGO. 



TNDIA RUBBER GOODS OF 

X ALL KINDS. 

Machine Belting, 

RUBBER, LEATHER AND COTTON DUCK; CON- 
DUCTING, STEAM & ENGINE HOSE; FIRE 
BUCKETS. GASKETS, TUBING, RUB- 
BER 4 HEMP PACKING, LACK 
LEATHER, BELT HOOKS 
AND CLASPS. 

Rubber Cloihiiur. Boots & Shoes, 

Or all kinds. 
Rubber Gloves, HotM and Wagon Covera, Camp Blanlicia. 

Carriage and Niir-erv L'!" T ';-, L;:s l'r- ; .jr.-, r-, Piano Covers, 
Air Btda, PiII.-.wj au'J '.■H-!ii--r,=, Iti.-l- ='*■ A rlU-.s, T.^'i, 
I'.-.Ti'.iin.l ev.-ry variety, f K.i'.-t- r ij.vi.) ;. IV H' ILSSALE 
AND RETAIL. 'JOHN 8. IL-EsuN i Cp., 

Agents for the- M.ir.iit.i.Mr.j'j, 



1860 sPltlSli TUAue. 1860 

CDS3LEY, FARWELL & C8, 

43, 44 and 46 

"WABASH AVENUE, 

DRY GOODS 

J-CHB-GEIIEtSS. 



itore In Uhlciieo, each pil'r' of 

,....». .jhelled with our name. 

Wo.shjll rteopnlH! n.i llpp.',! L -.-.,l,i wllldn vllliev ll.i 
love btatcs but such as aro thus fttamped nod supplied 

Wo will warrant In all Inal . noes ona pair of child's oop- 

;r-tlp f .. ili.li.Kho.il we.trtw,-, :„ vmiimv" ihrco or 

,llf 1...1.1.- ■■! .-.,,,,. u . ,., I ,H wllbOlll tl,..-, !M0:.n iH'fhowilliy 

irymiinvlcmiijioiilal-, while ihc .--i.in^o Is but n Irltln 

""-'■ " ■'; '" n.lu.-il 'it',ni:;,'sivl..i;tol!io Consumer of 



We; 



,i (,„ 



•■') for tl,.' s.ilf oftli. »,-. 
.-• ii,rii.r.iiii tlif [vitt-nt 

,t commlwloti of flvo 



. .' odyanLiRiB iiu.I.t this i..Hfi,l', t.„,l \ (,.- , r mlll v <>t out 
goods will bo nri'iiry.asi'd t.v nn. flit t k In the Unlou 
wh ch wo aim .iiililt- t...|,-i,l,- r , .1, i„ uifor at COmpetliu 
prices wlih poods wlUtout-Tln*. 

Wephnli K iy."M,.t.v : ,:, [ ; ,i.t,- r ,(ioi, to this liranoh of our 
business In conn,- tl. ,» with .mr ntncrnl nock, nml re-nct- 
ftilly solicit orders for our goods and due reaped for our 

Fiat dealers maynot be misled bythe advi-rtlsements of 
others In Chicago and elsewhere, o.ilalde tin- stute.i ct 
Wlsvon-iu, 1..WM. .i-.il Mlnr ; ,-,..t,. wl... ;t,!v.:-ll.f 11,,-iui.i-iv, :' 
uagentsiurthesaleor 
MITOUELL'S PATENT METALLIC TIPPED GOODS 



viiwhs ii.'-yuiiLun -,„-, A .j). jjjeo.ee at public auc; 
lh« elcvent i rky of J -„ t hldner.ntthe north. looro "nfa 
rot.^n?"''? "/'"ft. ;' f Cblow. County of Ccik. 
Court HoO», In he /■»> \ e rorenoon of said day, ell or 
oforesold, at ten o'clock In I. ' of mil c-tate to wit- "All 
the foil-wine described pnrcf, nd -Itnat.-d "In the City ol 
thai certain 'actor parcel of] a eaod B)r," btlntt all that 
Chicago, andusii 11, called lba ■ -, No. ten (10). In town- 
part of thtfu^hjrsctlonof scctlo. •..•efourtwn (M), east 
■f t-heplers 
, Is not In- 

: uiuui.1 uitiuuEO.B, 'luon tothp 

. ..-la lots nf y\n,-t.: *a. --,'.1 „_. -. 
to*- ii uf i Ifclcago a." tbe raid w 
orlgloalplatirmapoffald Klnnp's additloi. Connty'ril 

In the ..|i\,' ... tl.i- Ktcrdci of Heeds lor tht "isbereby 
Cook, lo which said original mspor pl3t referent lake tha 
made or aj much thereof as may be necessary to i. '•costa. 
money due to said com j.lninant upon raid decree wlti. 
L.O. PAINS FKEER. 
V-vltt v.i ifia'j,.- r.-, i ,-. i: ■ ■■ i ",-, 

- nyi-td 



Chicago May ]1. I-,.-.', 



w 



ALL PAPKRS 
SELLHtQ 
CHEAPEST iJ\' TO WW. 
F. E. BICBT, 

Oi... ..... ....K,M'.-li-h >ti-.i:.:t... . .. ......81 

opWolSo^m 

WILL JAPEK, 

1. ARGENT ASSORTITIEIVT OF 

NEW PATTERNS 

DRAKE & BROS, 

I-ilNTERS AND PAPER nANHER.". 



JEWETT A BUTLER, 
WHOLIAALJE DU^IOS 111 

Hardware and Ctttlcry, 

NAILS, GLASS, SHEET IRON, 

Copper, Zinc, Tinner*' stock, Tlnnera* 

Tools, lii. Plato, Fonco Wire, a . 

18 . . . Lake Street ... 18 

. S1QN OF THE 80ISS0RS, 

Between Wabiah and Michigan avenues, Chicago, 111. 



SPRING TRADE.— 
1 8 60. 

Field, Benedict &. Co., 

NO. 81 & 83 SOUTH WATER STREET, 



Hon of cash and prompt paying cost. urn rn, C0DaltUn| In 

Black: a'. I C'lore.l riruidclotlis, all u-radce, 

Black and Fum I i-.-.l. In . nn.l < 'neHlmeres. 
bUK, Miirwlll.'i nt.d valintm Veatlngf, 

Farmer*' and Mr. h ml. '« ( 'ntisl meres, 
Cottonades In great vnrlot)', 
Kentocky Jeana, Merlim Casslnirreii, 

FajOieTa' Llnuii I if lis nnd Uuiks, 

Spanish, (lr.&:\ l.iu: ■ m .1 may Linens, 

Tw.'f.li, ."al 11-M-, rMi.liir.-.y... ,f,:„ ,VC. 

Also, A (teneral r,t-.cti ,.■ TAILItlt*' 1 ltt,MMI\t.H. 

Dealing exclusively lrigo.nl,, i.iliv|.t,',l (.. MliN'B Wh-AK 

s* i-.in'.ilfi.r t.t,i- trii.lv nil" tint imlui ernrnU In Hits way of 



liiaas. 



I860. I860. 

HATS, CAPS, 

AND 

STRAW GOODB, 

AT WHOLESALE. 

E. jR. KEEEOGG » CO., 

No. 56 Lake Street, 

CHICAUO. 

E. R. Ejcllom. (mhftblfi^Sml 9»». P. »",, 



BAGS-BAGS— BAGS— BA«S— 
CORN EXCHANGE. 
BAG UlANUFACTOttY. 

HART. AST Er. idl, iMS-.u.,. WiiU't atroc), Ohlc^iff 
B. E. OLAltE J: UO„ 123 l.ruaJ Dlr.-i-'. New Votlc. 
MiscrioTOitEiia aj.d iteu.e.e im 
B1C9 OF EVEUV DtSCKIPTION, 



pAPKR HANGINGS.— 

LATEST SPRING STYLES 
100 X.AZB STRDUT 108 

1 nm now opening my Spring Goods, 

New Patterns o. f Wall Pap<rs„ 

In fireat yirtety, which *IU bo sold at 

tOW PRICES. 

WHOLESAL E~AND RETAIL. 

■p91«M3-9m 



anViuccts aim liuiliier&. 



WILLIAM W. BOYINGTON, 
Arcbhcct ami SoperfutondeDt. 

Careful and tutnuto SpcclOcatlons, and 

REI.IAULE DETAILED ESTIMATES) 
Madi, fr.nn druylngs, 

Orrw«— BaDc.irtK.irnttrctt.ilratdoornorth of tho Port 
Officii. myHviMf 



(\ L. WHEELOCK, 
Architect aod Saperiuteadeot, 

OFFIOKNO.TT DEAUUORN ST11EET. 
._ ^ Opposite. the l' ...-i mil, f.mjw-.,,..-,. noiabiTO 

Q. 1\ RANDALL, 
ARCHITECT, 

OFFICE IN THE I'ORTLAND bLUOK, OOIOaQOI 

BURLING, 

• ARCHITECT, No. -ill Dearborn ntrcel, (Oppoollo 

i'l.unt.iit ll.iii!ii.,iln|it.'i,uri.ilt.-|fiuiil(ili I'larifi nn.l Mi„.UIia- 

U..iii,toi i.lll.i.i.h "1 11 i'KII.ikm It iillilf.Mlv r. , ;,■ I.. 

iiu.ny.ir Kin heal building In I Ibi.-n,-., _!.,..( li j.ii l.lk ;,n, I jti- 
ypili— ilHe.vl.lfnri'.li.r li[, iiMllly, ..nil I tint tlr.f.m ciitriiKt^l 
to tiliu wlllheiin'ciiti-illntho oxmltial lor'nttury manner. 



rs'Bsitfl mode and prlntcdioordiirwllb 
' — ind-liand Beamlou Mruln 
"■■' u'nnd Fi 



Millers' 
beautiful 

ar,.l i, ■.:,■,'. !ii. f ;:,,f.ir.i|il).i'.'r.'. Millet .._ 
Bat;;. f..t Flour, lluekwlieat, Feed, Hams, Suit, S ..-..■ J, Ac. 
t»~'ir.leriiDllctl with fidelity iiii'l illn|'ii'-.li , Mac* luiincil 

toealppera, inyo-y-ly 



BAGS,! BAOHM BAtiBII|l 

FAR WELL'S 
,'CTBAffl BAG MASEyACTOaT, 

*X « & « Wihash avenue, OhlcaRO. 

BAOB AMD SACKS of overy dfKrlpUOD 

fomlshcd on short not loo, 

and printed with 

-IKW AND BEADTIFUL DRANDa 

S111EOI1 FART/ELL. 
i[^^iawlr-t7/l 



CHICAGO BAG AGENCY.- 
MO Boulli Water street, 
BEAMLEBB ORA1N 11ACS of yarlous sices a*l r]uaU- 

FLOOR— Halves, duartets, ol»th I hf— printed to order ol 

cy ,!■■ -jlre.l pattern. 

HAM .SACKS—.-vi-ry olr.ensed. 

tiL'NM KAtiS-Tw., ..ttlir.f tioohcl*. ^ 

CimuilMlon Merchants, Mlllir*. (Iroccrn and PtovlnlOQ 
Dealer will UduIuhI tl.e article wm.i-d In ..ur atoclt. Or- 
derssoliclted. (apl'ftiilyj HAWKINS A UlIAI'MAN. 



G 



O O D BUILDING STONE 



Quarry of Reuben Taylor & S»u, 

Joiner of CLlwwo .ennn iinrt WpMnm Limit.. l.H-1 



EAIN ELEVATOK AND 

Waaenooej— naviui; rented 1 be Grain EleVatoi 

Wjn-!,- ■! -ul.-riiji-r!,' "umL'l l.y Hi' 1 :".!.•'■ Uln A ' "-, 
oo the corner of Frinltllnanil N«jrtu .Water ftrccta, I aoi 
now preturcl lodo ft general Storage and Elevi.tluK how* 



Q 



W 



OOL TWINES AND BTR 



GH. & L. LAFLIN, 
• WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOTJBE, 
49 8eu$h Watt «fr»t, 

Are now receiving their sprtaK Btoett of Fine paper* infl 
lastern Book Papers, which, they offer at low prices. 
("Tinting paper of every alie and best quality. ocT-MH 



I Afl 000 H A M sacks, 

AUU^UUU A8SORTBD B1ZE9. 

Corn ExQtaaiiKO tine Factorr. 

HART, ABTEN k '','.. t 



OAABagsPEPPEK. 

£i\J\J RBYNt). 



rNULDM. ELV * CO 



Stationers jj t> 



TONES, PERDUE & SMALI „ 

WnOLEBALE DEALER3 IN 

WRITING PAPERS, 

ENVELOPES, 

LEDGER PAPERS, 

Writing Inks and Fluids, 

RI.ANK BOOKS, 

CARD HOARDS 

AND CARDS, 

WRAPPING PAPER, 

And every description of 

BOOK BINDER'S STOCK. 

12S Lake Street, 

CHICAGO. 



BUTLER A HUNT, 48 State St., 
have now on hand tho followlnx sites of print: 
9Hx47 18x33 S0i« 5**40 aili« 53l(ffl 

»i« asn« m%w a**87 wx« aa«aa 
36*43 UiM SBilia Wraa an in 

Anil arc rrcelvInK alar«e u.-«nrtrr.ent ,'t UMnK I'AlKK. 

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IVtol.T-.tStsill ;ry. 

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All <,r which will bo uold for cash at tha low«sl possible 

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DA.INGERSOLL, 
• ltLAua [too* MAJHDTAOTCrarja, 

BOOK BINDER AND RULER. 

I am now \,tv\r.\j< -l lo maun fact 'jf: HIai.' lio.ikfl etor? 
dc'tlpibjii, inkd tin. I bound i.mny tl..'Jr..'il ;. jii- r;.-, withoi 
with. .ut print, l 1,1-n.llnnB. i'lirlkalar attention paid to or 
' - County OQlcers, l)anks,Ac. 



any style. Uld BOOM DSIina ana nimunu, «« >.~ ", 
PrintlLK done with neatness and dtapateh. rtnii; rtio«er- 
.ln NO. \Vi LAKE Snir.t.1. 

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rEUoFAPO,forealoatniannfactareri prices 
Bt J. T. * E. A. BLACK & 00- 
No.310 . . . Kla«I««re«e . . . No. 216 

Mill address "Bristol, Kendall Oounty, 111." 
wr Cash paid for Rans. )TW ly iM 



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AIL ROAD SPIKES. 

CLEVELAND SPLEEN 
ITiehcrtlnrJowke^anilclieaTJ as the cbwpest. . Comcaad 
, tb.m. J. D.DECREE-rACO., 

K.D una, No _ 4 PlrtWi , Bollrllng. 

myHaoHB-lm Corner Soutt Water ai*l Weils stittt 



{Finanri ai stnB aramtnrrt.al. 

MONETABY. 

SiTcluuT Evr»jso, Jvmo 3. 

Tl ■ exchange Mattel is Jeeidedly »»»!<*. 
Shonld Ho sopply improve U it has for lb. pa.t 
four dars tP» P™ 6 ■>""' reced " * "'"" D 
nest iv.'ek. Bates are still steady at U. 

Currency is abundant. Tory considerable 
amounts ere lying idle in tbe hands oC bankers 
rrailins safe and profitable investment. 

Gol.t doll At H. 

StlTI«SSTOiE»HIDS01 of the Sl.Louis, Allon 
& Cbicaeo Kailroid, from.the 25th to the Slst 
of May, being the fourth vfeek. 

'.'■. s.rislaj 

.. . 9S3.31 

1M33.4S 

To>.,i i,.cVLa.eoi''i,«ipU lu aiuy, 1SCU over ,„ 

same mouili luieia ■ S1.*I7.^ 

OQMMEBOIA.t<, 

S*n7UC*V Evbmjho, JuiieS, 1800. 

The following are tlio receipts uad ahiiiuients 
for tbo last twentyfoar hours : ^^ 

f;)- r WTil Corn Oat* Rye Tfrly Seed 
b"-. bac tm>'. bur, bus. bus-. B» 



P 

FKlghl -- 
AlaLs. &c 



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U.AiSt.L.BR .... - ;*. 

i„ui iM i:m Ott .«? .■■■• ** W 

Dru*U Live ■ ■' ■ H«li- Out- Fota- 

..-. ■ ■■ -' ■ 

Ho. No- Ho Be brta. 1M. but 

S'tki.'sla" " wj 10a mm 

L. C. N. U-.. s ... 

c a. ft o.b. i-... 



Ta'jJ 



101 Ml 76 . 
u Ma ■ 



HBir-UfiKTS, 

Flour, iVl/t,l;Oro 
brla. bu. *■ 



Call, Rye, Ba*y, EMs, 



... 165^3 



.1 ■'■ 



bu. bn. 



bu. lbi. 



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ToOivrepo.. 

To Por Coibjrue 

To Co'.llai-wopd.. 9M .-- 

ToUJ. itovitiMiMia »*- 

The receipt;, or Corn to-day wore only 
bushels, and the shipment* upwards of 15-1.000 
bushels. Under this exliibjbit, and owing to 
ad urgent demand by short se!lsr3, tho market 
wa; firm, and prices advanced fully .ic ; The 
transactions however were mainly speculative 
—shippers not caring to test the market. 
Sales amounted to only about 75.000 bush- 
els, at 50fc for prime River Yellow afloat; 471 
@4Sc for fair Rivor Mixed afloat; 46l@47ic for 
No. 1; 4-ll@15cfor No. 2; and 40c for Reject- 
ed. "Wheat opened flat and heavy, and sales 
were made at a decline of lc ; but towards the 
close a more active ioquiry took place and 
pricea a^'ain rallied to yesterday's quotations. 
About 24,000 bushels only were' sold at gT.OTfor 
No. 1 Spring in store ; and $1. 05(31. 00 for No. 
2 Spring in store — the market closing quiet and 
steady. Flour was dull and sales, though limit- 
ed, show that buyers had the advantage— 
good Spring extraB selling at $1.3 5 $5. 05, rind 
choice at $5,25, Oats were quiet but firm — 
buyers and sellers being ic apart — with small 
sales of No. 1 at 2S@28tc in store j hut lots in 
bags sold at 29i@30c—whicb shows a decline 
of is. Rye nominal at 70c. Barley dull and 
liwer— No. 1 selling tit GCc on track. 

Frei"bts are inactive. Vessels are held at an 
advance, but there was no anxiety to ship to- 
day, and we have no engagements to report. 

New Wiihat.— Several samples of new wheat 
were exhibited on 'Change to-day, one by 
llessrs. Davis, Pope ii Sharp, from Edwards 
Co, and one ty ileiFr;-. t'atlin & Keeler, from 
Carbondale. The fields from which the sheafs 
-were taken, will be ready for the sickle next 
"week. 

New OBLEAXB,Hav91 — P.M. — Flour dull and 
prices declining. Sales-of superfine at ?5.75(|5 
6.&7. Corn unchanged and steady at 7G@78C 
for while and 65@G8c for mixed. Mess Pork 
is firmer and in fair demand at SI 9.00. The 
sloe'* of ail kinds in ihe inspection warehouse 
is 13,41-5 brls. Bacon firm and in moderate de- 
mand, ct.8i@Ss for shoulders, 10i<g/10J for 
sides, and 1H($IH for clear sinew. ' Lard firm 
and in moderaie demand atlH@12.,, Whisky 
in good demand, and rectified advanced to 19@ 
20ic,oi?ii,g to a light supply. Raw is Arm at 
SOtc. Sugar and coffee unchanged. 

Stock of Barrel Pork at New Orleans. — 

At New Orleans there wero only 13,415 brls in 
the iojpeciioi] of warehouses on the 1st inst., 
being 'about one third the stock at the cor. 
xesp&nHing date last year. 

CiN-&,wm Markbts, June 1. — The Gazette of 
lh i 3 waning says: 

The cL a t improvement established day be- 
W'eFesSu-day in flour was lost to-day, the 

i ab it fceipfB '(TTlTuy weffooly^SS^rw^ugiihaf 
2,133 brls exported! .Whisky remained at 18c. 
Prime wheat was firm wilb a good demand at 
J$1,2S@1,S0 for red and tl,r,3@l,35 for "bite. 
Coro btody end in fair request. Oala dull at 
41c and jirices are drooping. Holders of pro- 
visions continue iiuu to day, but buyers ex- 
hibited less disposition to operate, and butb'ttle 
inclination to follow tbe advance. Tbe sales 
■were confined to 110 hlida bacon at 7ic for 
shoulders and 10c for sides; .",0,000 Us bulk 
shoulders at Oic, loose; and 140 tcs and brls 
lard at 11(5(111- There wessome demand for 
mess pork at $17,75, but holders demanded £18. 
■ Stocks at Livebpoot;.— At a late meeting of 
■the Liverpool Mereey bocks and Harbor Board, 
tbe fact of tbe enormous stock of produce in 
Liverpool waa alluded lo. Mr. Forwood drew 
attention to ib« usullicient warehouse accom- 
modation for the cotton which was at present 
in ihe port, and which waa expected to arrive. 



oaclallv In the »xlreme western counties, 
which \ iaontb ago were thought to be hope- 
less are now the most promising, and wherever 
he soil i« of a light, loamy character, the yield 
Of winter wheat will net b, much below an 
aversoe. All descriptions. of sprmg R ram are 
crowint: fmelv, and so for in the season m>Uv 
fog buf favorable icdicMions a,.near Root 
crops are being largely .own, »of$ftftanamg 
thecnmparalively low pnOM « Ul 1 ? h . thc > X? 
rSilized P dttringthe 7 ear It .s isk- to say , hat 
at no former period in Cana da baa there been 
so large a breadth of land under crop; every 
«erlion has beca used by farmers to increase 
the production, and if tho yield is as large ua 
a "p?e S ent .udic.ted, and remunerative pr. efl 
oonVinup to prevail, a gre-nt stride will have 
been made towards a velum of more prospsr- 

oua times. 

Crops tit Kansas. 

The i$!aU Bicord, published at Topeka, Kan- 
sas, of May Eflih; Bays': 

From a recent visit inlo Ihe country during 
the past week, we are satisfied that tbe wheat 
crop or this section will this year be almost a 
total failure, not producing, on an average, as 
much seed as was sown. A largo breadth of 
country was hist winter sown to winter wheat, 
which is &W beaded out about tfis inches above 
the grouud, and very thin at that, being liter- 
ally worthless. Some of the spring wheat put 
in this spring may produce a partial crop, but 
a large portion of that i.- also u iniluro. - ■ 

This will bo a severe blow to Kansas, and we 
fear will produce a stringency which we have 
not before felt. It is not too late, however, if 
wo have timely rains during the balance of the 
season, of wbich there is some prospect, to mit- 
igate the effects of this misfortune, and every 
larmer owes it, not only to himself, but to the 
community, fo use every exertion iu his power, 
to that end. The land which has been devoted 
to wheat, may yet he cultivated iu corn, buck- 
wheat, potatoes, Ac. Upon these, we will have 
to rely mainly for the next year, and of them 
there is a fair prospeot of being able to raise a 
fair crop, if the wheat crop is at once abandon- 
ed, and prompt attention turned to other pro- 
ductions. _____ 



Daily Review of Chicago Market. 

SiiuLBir JZrssiKG, June 2. 

FREIGHTS— Ii active. Yesseia hold at-le for com ts 
Buff,.ln; but shipper* aoltlltgcff. 

FLOUR— Receipts '^3W tills-. EWppo'S 1,(81 M:!*. HmrirS* 
dull anao shailo lower. Sales were: 300 bll ■. " loalc," 
100 bbls.." Smith Mllla," and 100 bbls. "pJorleES," J" 1 
cto'.|) bianils of Spring oxlift, et r}5.:6 dPllvereil ; 100 bbla. 
EOorl Spllb« ertra at M.Co delivered ; 100 bbla, do. U »j,00 
avlLvcrtdj 100do.it H.9S delivered. 

MILL 3TOFF3-10tonnBronal«3,00on Iraclf. 

WHKAT-Recelpls IT. 24fl bu ; shipped 10,650 bu, iloite! 
opened dull but closed firm, SalsB were: 1,000 bu Ko. 1 
Sprlnc at*l,07 In store; B.60O bu No. s Sprli'g »t 61,03 in 
(tore; 1,000 bu do. ut81,r6M In more,; S,0CO bu do, nt 11," 
OaV loatore ; 10,000 bu do. Et $1,00 in ttoie; 300 bu Re- 
jected ot 90c In Glare; 300 tosOtubat $1,10 on trnck. 

COHN-llecaipW 7J,0JI bu ; fhlppeil [164,773 bu. Market 
Xc blgtier. ;-alc» were: 6,0;0 bu prime ltiyer "Yellow a t 
6ilon0oat; S.ocobu fair River Mixed, at-lBJic afloat; 6,0W 
budo.pt i7J^o afloat; 3,(00 buNo.l at 40« tn store; 46,- 
000 bu do. In lots nt 47c In fllorej l.Cn» bu do.ati7^c In 
alore; 3,otO buNo. Sat UW li store; lS.tOO bu do.iil J5e 
IntUte; 4,f}00 bu Rpj:ctedat<0olnstoro. 

OAT9— UocolpLj 3.527 bu. Marliet quid but Arm, Bides 
were : 1,00) bu No. 1 at iBMc In at- re ; MO bn dr., at Kc ta | 
Store. Bagged loU dull ; C00 bu No. 1 In tags at 30c- on 
track : 100 b»grido.at3'J%con tiaok. 

RYE.— Recelptj none. Market quiet and non.ln.il nt 7i'c 

RIRlEV.— RecelpteJoCbu. Mnrketdull ami bcovj-. 
Salts were : 49 Lags Ko.lot Me on track ; do bagi luferlor 
btlocon track. 

SEE 1)3.— Receipt J &4'J bbla; 4 Uagi gooi 'Ilmothy at 
$3; labngsHungnrUn (jrafsat-lQe. 

HIOHW1NE3.— Receiptalbbls. Market quiet; SObbls 
dty at 19c. 

M £5S I'ORE,— Sale 100 bbla Mesa Pork at $17. 

LARD,— Nominal, at lOSfOjillc. 

1IIDE5.— Receipts 6,3.8 lbs. Market nachanjed but 
oulet. Urecn7>f@lKc; Green Salted 7S@3c; Dry Flint 
16K®lCe. 

BUTTER.— Tale 45 pkg) new butter al 9&10Hc ; O^itsa 

EGGS.— Sale 35 blJsnt9>ieperdoi; 7bbUal8c. 

rODLlRY.— rhkkens 83,(v &2.50 fi deien. 

POTATO ES.-QuIrt at £03S7)*c far fair to pilm?. 

DRIED APPLES— Salo 10 bbls Ohio at 5Xc;lflbbl3 
good Eastern at to. 

LIVE STOOK. -Receipts KG Hoge, 481 Cattle. Market 
very quiet. Hogs In active requiit. Ehoep quid. Salrs 

14 Cattle BVeraguig I M0 Bs , $3.?2)<; 



•••■v.- i, i.rli :Uarlu4. 
Bt TcLiOBiraJ New Tobk, June 1. 

Fiona— Less acMvo nod ma kit heavy, and about 6c 
lower icr crmrcci, grailf.i. Ude* -W0 blib.. at 95.3JlnS5. 
27^4 (or sulnT.-t.il" ; i'.:;\> ■'.& \< in i'\n. Slat-.:; Sj.'J'J. ',. 
30 (or e.itra tuper Wertuin ; *," ^0&$5,05 fur c-mmon 

l'i Ii , . i'.h, ,\v.li:i Wi'Vit:, ■ t". S-. ,.\~- \.-l ■ l.ir.. I ,. j,-,,. M 

ei.R. B.O., market closing dull and droopintf. C.i-a.li 

Fl.'Ur h i.Filv In limllcl nqil-ril, lit nr ,Imi . , . ,- ,.j 

.WbMMii f..''V.i.; 4ii r..rtr.N.ir.iiri lo <l . -srr^ R v 
Flour htfudv. fnles emnll parte oat $S.6tti} i...i i. ■ Oom 
non to choice taper. Curii Meal qu ■ i be>1 uac.auci,j 

WlllBKT— Hftiivv itiid liw'ilr. ,-:i'm 37 1> h'4n E( ■2i;. i . ■. 

Ill irMiiirti-r-ri— SiiricL' Wlic'it ri.iwt'liiitJ in L'Oijil h'jii ■[ 
fOrex|«..t, i.ii.| prl.i'i -til) tinul ornvinl--. 'JJjfr t . balitil- 
more dnlae in Wlr.ter \Vb<-;it. sit :\tn..ut I'.rmer prices. 
Sale* 16,1(0 !"j*t"-:i Mihv:.ok..'i- flul. Whfut wei CIli0 - ( , 
ill i\.2:<t,] ii; t.-,i(Mm-lir<li chleaiji. Sj. m^ L ,i «t ■. 1 j ; 1 ::no 
WlilteMlchl^anM $1.'K; 'J-.ikj While Kn,tii!.l;y at i\y,:- 
COO Wtiilu Hill i, t rJl.Cll. Kie hi q;j| l; t at >*Jc. Birl.-y i, 
benyy at CKj/lUc.^ *:A<a UM lni'liel.H \\\- I'm on prlvaln 
torm.i. IMil IjiibIji! - r.rli>v Hi.lt iuM iil>>"i00c, Corn is 
a.-Jia-k- I iv. -r, willi ir t'y .''.. .1 t'-.|..,ri ili-ni ,n>] S i>. i i 
M.iHin '..i-l,. :■■ -i! )■ ■• ■ , f r i ..■:-. < ttiipj.lnj n ised V/f-s - 
eri', floslnl; nt ih* la.tcr pike; w^ifli- lor Eaa'em do., 

a'-'l Ti'il. r.il >..il Ir ' " '- i II .m-r.,t<- . !..:!!iai|i| lit. *lf.'.j 

<l}ic. for We.i1em. iji.-Ij - 4 .-'-i-e, IneluUliif; parceu 

lint ...a/Hi llt.'Ol,.' ,:. 

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ili'-Sllfor IV,-,i, rn. Prime mi- 1,,-rf .'i u | I i:o,,,ii'i,i'l m 

am i J , f.jT H,ou,.ii.-r.~. I' .c.i, ,],;.! :,,,,] „ ,„[,,.,: Lnr1 i|, TI , 

toloi S i I t,lieeno alio itcady at 7©ll)j lor lo- 

Oii«oi!iu»t.-*vffcefiilrly active at previous prices. S.Ies 

3 WO ,.,., , loEm.t.,tl,e 'rod,. a „il -ill,;,.,!:,,,,,,,,!. 

nr<1 without mueh cbiriBe. 
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B Y TELEGRAP H. 

S.SXViTS CO.VGBESS— FIBSr SE5SIAN 

WASrcToros, Juno 9. 
Senate.— Tbe bill to settle priyate Innd claims 
of Oalilorcia wag taken up and discussed, but 
without nra-iying at a vote upon it, tbe subject 
was postrS&ned. 

The Military Appropriation bill was then ta- 
ken up; 

After further debate tbo resolution was 
adopted, to 4. Amendments from the Millitary 
Committee 10 erect an Arsenal on the Red 
Hirer of tbe North, to erect borrucka at Fort 
Cobb, in tbe IndianTerritories, uppropriatinsfor 
tbe support of one roaiment of mounted volun- 
teers in Texas £7SB,o00, and for repair and con- 
tinuation of tbe work on yarionaforliBcationB, 
$1,155,000, nod a number of others of less 
moment were offered ami approved. 
Adjourned. 

House — Toe House resumed tho considera- 
tion of Mr. Winslow's resolution offered jester- 
day, directing the Speaker to issue his Bubpce- 
nas for certain witnesses to appear before tbe 
Covode Committee. 

1 Mr. Train said with his sense oT duty he could 
never allow.tbe minority to dictute the direction 
of busines.". He would, however, listen to any 
suggestion from his colleague on tho Commit- 
tee", (Jlr. WInslow) but would not iillow hun 
to dictate to tbe msijority how it shall 
pursue the investigation. We are bold respon- 
-sible, and therefore should pursue our own way. 
Mr. Clark of Missouri— '.' Do I understand 
that gentleman lo sav that tbe Republicans are 
in a majority in this 'House?" 

Mr. Train— " I don't include the gentlemun, 
that's enough." 

Mr. Boteler— " Does Ihe member include any 
gentleman of the Southern Oppo>itiou* It is 
an imputation on (he party to which I have the 
honor 16 belong." 

Mr. Train— "Perhaps I ought to qualify my 
language, that the Republican party is respon- 
sible for the legislation of this House. We 
shall be held responsible to soma extent for the 
conduct of thia Committee. The resolution of 
Mr. Winslow is out of order." 

Mr. Winslow thought bis fiicnd from Massa- 
chusetts, whose gentlemanly bearing he appre- 
ciated, had fallen into an error. 

A number of private bills were passed. The 
House voted to go inio Committee of the Whole 
on the State of the Union. Nearly all of tbo 
member then left, n few remaining for geucrul 
debate. 

Mr. Stewart of Moryland made a speech in 
reply to his collengne [Mr. Davis), who several 
months ago attacked the Houao of Delegates of 
that State for censuring tiff) for voting for a 
Republican Speaker [Mr, I'ennington.J 

Mr. Davis said the House of Delegates' ex- 
pression of opinion was a sheer piece of imper- 
.tinence. 

Mr, Stewart asked whether his colleague 
thought'the people of Maryland would sustain 
him? 

Mr. Davis had no mode of ascertaioing this 
till the full elections, nnd perhaps not then, for 
he did not suppose his personal conduct would 
be in issue, but be had no doubt that when the 
time comes he would find enough to sustain him 
iu and out of his district. 

Mr. Stewart replied it was a libel on Maryland 
to say she would sustain him. She was perfect- 
ly sound on the slavery question. If the ques- 
tion in Issue between' himself and colleague 
were submitted to the' people the latter would 
not get more than a corporal's guard, or ubout 
as manyj as Fremont received there. His col- 
lib gue's. issue animated and strengthened the 
RsiiubliCun party. 

Mr. Maynard, in reply to a remark of Mr. 
Stewart,' said on reliable authority that Mr. 
Fillmore does not and will not support the Chi- 
cago nominees'. 

ifr, Morrell took the floor, when Mr. Craig of 
North Carolina raised the point of order mat 
there was no quorum. He was tired of making 
the House a debating society, and of the print- 
ing of speeches never delivered. The very 
men who) had voted to go into Committee, in 
order that gas might be let off, had left. He 
resisted all appeals to withdraw his objection, 
and tbe Committee rose. Adjourned. 
Tbe DI. _, Conference. 
Buffalo, June 1, — In the Methodist Con- 
ference yesterday, the exciting question of 
slavery wafl settled, as far as this Con- 
ference is concerned, by tbe adoption of a 
reiolution, that the new chapter upon sla- 
very as adopted, ia in itself clearly declarative 
of principles and advisory in practice and not 
statutory iu ils nature and needs no explana- 
tory clause. 

Tbe majority report of the slavery committee 
was then taken up and the preamble adopted, 
with that part stricken out which in any way 
relates to the proposed restoration, which has 
been rendered unnecessary by the rejection of 
the rule. 

The Bishops Ihen selected tho order of busi- 
ness for the remainder of tbe session, and tho 
Conferenoe proceeded with spirit to transact 
the mass of business which was on tbo table. 
'Ihe boundary committee's report was taken 
up arid tbe boundaries of the conferences fixed 
for the next four years. 

The uame of the Delaware Conference, which 
was changed a few days ago to the West Ohio 
Conference, was again changed to tbo Central 
Ohio Conference. 

The Bishops were authorized, if they deem 
it advisable, to establish an annual Conference 
to be called the Rocky Mountain Conference, to 
comprise! the territory known us Jefferson, aad 
all ihe mi(jicc regions. 

The boundary report as a whole was then 
odu[jted. 
Dr. Nust, of Cincinnati, made an mtcr<-»* / ijg 

arv.fl.i-h_ in r.- lot ion .tji >J.» .fiarm..-.-. WP_rJ.,_ip 

men tot an imuual conference, to be called the 
Cincinnati German Conference. 

A resolution by Mr. Trimble,"of Obio.thought 
existing circumstances do not warrant tho Icr- 
mation at this time. 

A < ■-.fw-v.il Conference was adopted. 

The committee on revirais was instructed to 
strike out from the discipline the provision re- 
lating lo the ordination ol sLve Loldinir local 
preachers. ° 

The bishops were authorized to establish an 
annual conference in India. 

The report ot the Committee on Lav Deleira- 
lions wasitakeu up. * 

A motion to postpone the subject till next 
Ueneral Conference was lost 

A motion to submit the plan it, the report to 
tbe Annual ami Quarterly Conferences, to take 
action upon before the next General Conference 
was pending at adjournment 

Ailjonrned at 11 P . u . 



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UJItiitJLnt JS'OT DEFEATED. 



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St. Johns, N. F., June 2.— The steamship City 
of Ualtimore, from Liverpool 23d inst,, Via. 
Queenatown 24th. passed Cope Race at noon 
pesterday, but owing to nn interruption of the 
line her news could not be forwnrded till to-day. 
She has .GO steerage pasflengera and GO cubin 
passengers for New York. 

The following is the summary of news pre- 
pared by the Liverpool agent of the associated 
press, for transportation via Cape Race. Tbe 
Qneenstown dispatch which should accompany 
it has not reached us. 

Great Biutais. — The House of Lords bad 
rejected the Commons bill repealing the paper 
duty, and tbe act exoited much attention. Tbr 



preceded by an extended debate, in which Lord 
Lindhurst and other eminent peers asserted tbe 
constitutional rights of the House of Lord* to 
reject a.bill, although it was a money bill.— 
Lord ralmerston stated iu the Commons that 
he would move for a committee to examine 
preoedenls for the course pursued by the Lords, 
but disclaimed a desire lo place tho two Houses 
ot Parliament iu hostility. It was reported 
that the Cabinet would accept tbe decision of 
the House of Lords and return the tax. 

The official Neapolitan statements current ot 
the departure of the Arabia to the effect that 
Garibaldi's forces had been completely routed, 
are flatly contradicted. The Neapolitan troops 
were completely defeated at that city. Gari- 
baldi's troops hud invested Mercilla, wbich 
command Palermo. Tho latest rumors say 
that Garibuldi had obtained a decided victory 
at Mercilla. Tbe Neapolitan yovernment has 
very little to say, but the last bulletin has it 
that two columns were pursuing the dispersed 
troops of Garibaldi. Tbe insurgents were 
gaining strength. 

It was vaguely reported that France and Rus- 
sia signed a treaty on the 1. lb. on the eastern 
question. 

The Bourse bad advanced and rentes closed 

atG.raoo. 

The Russian troops in southern provinces are 
reported to have been placed on a war footing. 

A private telegraph from China, says the Chi- 
nese gove mm ..-nt absolutely refuses the ultima- 
tum ol England nnd France, nnd mat war la tbe 
only alternative. 



Death of a Reporter. 

PniLAitKLPim, June 2. — Wm. Dunn, a re- 
porter employed on the Lfdgtr, died this morn- 
ing from injuries received by falling out of a 
window during the tight. 

Sailing of Steamer. 

St. Johns, N. P., Junel, — The steamshin Bra- 
zil sailed hence for Gal way at 4 o'clock this of- 



^B^i^^^r^SJ 
BSFDii.: SCHLOSSER has the honor to in- 
J2f lorm the public that his chui ges for curing 
JjgTCornB and all diseases of tho Feet, are rea- 
(t^~dOuu.ble and within Ihe reach ol every one 
J_jr"who wishes to have the benefit of his skill. 



COENS, 
BUMONS, SOFT CORNS 

AND ALL 

Diseases of the Feet, 

PEBIIl.\OTI.V 45D t0Mn.ElKLY CrBED, 

WITHOUT CUTTING, 
Or Otitis ing Pain, 

1SY 

DR. M. A. SCHLOSSER, 

Surgeon Chiropodist 

To His Majesty, the King of Bavaria-, 

Atid Man) of the Principal Sovereigns 



itnd 'Willi 

■ 



luoameauenceof nuruprouj rcquMts which liavo bean 
nude «im by 9 3cc C <,f the MJST DISTINGUISHED 
*AMILIE31n (hUolty, DR. SCHL'JSSER lmb«jalo- 
dawdto vlilt UMeufio lot a SHOltT PERIOD oidy. Ho 
would niojt Tcapecirally Inform lit- public that he la odq or 
tbe few living EXCLUSIVE PBOFJSSORp of Uda Im 
JiortnutbutTOO OOilJIOKLY NKGLJCCTUD branch Of 
Sorcery, wbj CURES PERMANENTLY and WITH- 
OUT PAIN, all t liemea of tbo feat. 

DR. SCHLQB3ER hu ihautMhcllon of tWng that h. 

« t -!''' 1 bl ,'"''^ d ""' 1 ' al '" plyl,ir( ' U;;l1 "couiWPfthflMOST 
SEDULOUS ,,. d UNREMITTING STUDY. ™i *),«« 
a CARELESS or INCOMPETENT PraalUon.-r aimply 
proJuoed ft MuMBNTAIlY KEL'BF. Lo euarrantecs that 
blBpitlccta.WlJ.LflND NO H fci-h R rant «*■ ™,.. 






Ql 



'Jj .^ECONOMY! % 

! •» 



Atacxi^tui ufa hnppen evm in tctll rei^littd famfitti, 11 19 

.Very desirable to baveaomeeheaoftnilcoTiveuleut way fur 
repairing Furniture, Oronbery, Toys, ic. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE 

meets all cintr^sjfij^ 0D ] do household can nff rd to he 
without It. It I, |„ „.i,v,aya ready and up to tha atlckuix 
point. There Is no looper ft necessity for llmplug cbnln, 
«P"at«red vcicci?, headier dolls, and broken cradle*. It 
la luat the ankle for coad, shell and other ornamental work, 
no popular with Imiiea of r oflnernent and taste. 

Tula admirable preparation Ij. used cold, being chemically 

held In solution, ami poraesalng all tho valuaMequatlilw o 

the best cablnet-natei-i;) GI»o- It may bo used In the placo 

Of ordinary muclbge, being vastly more adhesive. 

"USEFUL IU EVERY HOUSE." 

N.B_ABruehaccomp.inlefl cachbotlle. 
Price, 25 Cents, 

Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar-at., Hew Yor>. 



Addresa HENRY C. SPALDING £ CO,, 

Uox No 3,600 New York, 
Pnt up for deal-re In Casea contalniuc, four, eight or 
gulny each package. 

In 

OLl'i-L wii; 
hold._^j 

"■"111 tiya'l pmriiirL-nt M.itlfi.pr-, nni»prl^i. Hardware, 
am I-.iri, r..r, i,.-. ,„ : , ( ]-., tL . 7 ,,. ^,,,1 h Jlliy iturts. 
. ' -;:' 7 -'r M J r 1-vn sLnuM make a nolo of SPA1.H. 
IMj S PRLpAliLl. (HAL, wLcn njaJtln^r up llu-lr l:r. 
It will aland any cUmate. de21 Olytod 



SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, 
Soli '•} Stationer*. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, 
Sold 1>r DragalHlM. 

SPALMNG'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Ilnrdtvare Dealers, 

■ SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by IffonscFtirnlsblnc Stores, 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Furniture. Dealers, 

__■■ SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE/i 
Sold by Fancy Goods Dealers. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.! 
Sold bf Grocers. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE" ; 
Sold by Country merchants Generally. 

Manufactured by 

HBNnY C. SPAXSINO & CO., 

48 Cedar street, Kew Yort. . 
Addieia Post-Offlce Bos Ho'. 3£00. 

Annexed Is an AJphabttlwl List of Articles which, 1 
damaged, may be restored lo their original strength and uae- 
fullness by 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 

A...... ..Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS A 

B. Mends BUREAU:) B 

O. Menda CRADLbS C 

D Menda DULLS D 

E Menda ETAGKKE3 E 



..Met 



ASS.. 



»....r 



....Mends GUITAK3 

....Mends HARPS 

....Menda IN1.&ID WORK 

....Mends JABS 

....Menda KNOBS ■ 

....Mends LEATHER WORK 

....Mends MIHIlUR FRAMKS ;.. 

....Mends NtVEI, rObT9 

....Mends OTJOMANL 

,.., Mends PIANOFORTES 

....Mends QUILT- FRAMES 

....Mends ROLKlKO-HORSES 

...Mends SOFBS 

.... Mends TAltlKS 

....Mends UM'nm.LA-STICKS 

....Menda YAKS ■ — . 

....Mends WOlk.BiiXES 

....McadaXYlWltAiTJIC-WOIlK... 

.... Mends YAfii^flCKS 

....MenasZEI'BYR WOOD-WORK.. 

rJrlq 
Gl 

S.. .. Mends SOtAS 

P....Meud8PIlL'HERS 

A^^MandaAXORDEONS...". A 

...Mends Lli'TtK-^EALIKO L 

, .. Mesas riMA!)ES. . . C ".'.T.T.''.'.7.'!. B . E /! .'i 

...Mends NER- BREAKAGES N 

...Mends GU/-SrO0KS ,o 

. . . Mends SC10OL- BOOKS .'.,".'".". S 

...Mends PAtASOLS p 

.. .Mends RU^S ["/& 

...Mends ELX'TRU/An MA'JULNL.s. . VJ 

...Mends PA'ER-1IANQ1NG8 p, 

... Meads Alia-CITAIRS "V. . ,.Jl. 

...Mends RHKETY t URN"ITURE R. 

...Mends ERiSER HANDLES ,E, 

.,, Menda DE;KS '.]'.'., D, 

...Mends GLOBES G 

...Mends LOt'iEXED LEAVES.'.V.'....[l. 
...Mends UPJlOL'ED FURNITURE.. V.U, 

...MendsEGO-BEATERS e! 

.. .Mends ACJtN-WORK 

...Menda CHESS-HOARDS ", 

...MendsFIpI'DES __ 

...Mends SHELL- WORK | 



-P... 



€tommis«ian iTaftcftfinta. 



JOHN GARRICK, 
I.UMBER BROKER, 
And General Commission merchant, 

Room Ho. 3, Unci's Block, Chicago, Dl. 

ZW Doc kins and Forwarding. 



CAMUEL FAULKNER, 

Grocer and Csuimlsilou iUoraliant, 



HAMBDROU AND W. R, OHEESE, 
Lard t //am«, n~IUftl*li, Drltd J-'ruIti, ttc, t 

Ho. 23 t>tatt-£t., between Lake nnd Wnter-ats., 
. . cnioioo, ill. 
Spi-clal aitenilon (,'l»*-n "> ttic purchase snd sale of Pro- 
duce and Uei.er.il .\i.-, ■li-ti, l ii s ,.., un Cummlsslou. urdtw 
a nd L'u. m]|!ijin eiitj ...llclted. uiylL-c1n--Jm 



1^ G. WOLCOTT & CO.. 

8-^s . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



rWOr.kiM IM1..J will, or, ami diji^jlch. /ij i 
l,ll,.-r,il A'ivjt.cvj Hindu ou (.'•JU-lijiiiiiciiF:, l„r-.:,i c ic, i.'L 
C8t0, i;uialo.orOsrte B «. ' E. o. wlt-WttT. 

_ OiylOcTOI-eiii u. tv. Ti- EB0B 



DICKINSON A BAKER, 
COMMISSION MERCIlANTa, 

J\*0. i, ro.iiM'itoi'is itvMi,niJ\'o. 

Csiefal altenUon r/iveti !■) IhspurcliMeand ealo ofQraiD, 
Flour aad other proutLc.- 

UN COMMISSION STRICTLY. 
FuBOEtUOH DlOSIMBOS. D. H. Bjeeb 

fell 'ijij (v 



QHAS, BUNKER, JR., 

COMHI16SIOIH ITIERC1IAHT, 

Ko. 2 Ai'-eus' JUiulldlucc 
rc9a^l-lT Cmoico, Iu-nioui. 



p ( HAl>BOURNE & WETHERBE 

V/ COMMISSION MEUOUANTS, 

312 South Water jBlreet, 

Glvelhelrr.er^onalatt*ntIon to the pm chase and sale of 
Grain, Mvur, end otlicr produce, on r-cniiuiislon. ■ Llberul 
0,11 li wan cl-s un property. 

A.g.fiiur.m-.rjBi.i.. f^|il'.ic 1163ml 



G 



^HLKFIN BROS. 18S0. 

COMMISSION MKRCHANTS, 
5 Foniiroi/''* ftulldlng; 
;orc«r S..UU, Wato, ■m.i OU,lc .i».b. on™. 
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN HENTS.jH 
■•■irn' ...:....tDh93'Wlly. a. omrriN. 



MILES, WRIGHT & SHERMAN 
ourzRu 



•Commission Merchants, 

No.B, Doltfa liiilldlnj^cor. of South Water and Clark bta. 

CHFCUiO, 

, Dwlcrs In every deicrljitlon of Country Produce, 

OH COilMIi^IoK, EXCLUSIVELY. 

Oeor(;^Smlth,tCo.,CLIc4:o| -\Iun--r V Armour, CblCMO 
SMri.iT), lti,..i;ii,... i,,,,: .i- r,,., ,lsm».M.'Cii- lACn 
CirlBlyl Chlcaao. \ Feecporl. 



XTEELY, LAWRENCE & CO., 

L™ Couiniii.sMii M..-reliant.-. for tho pnr-'Jiiatand sale of 
Qriln, 1' lunr. Crivhluiu-, anil Country 1'ro.liic- K--nerally 
llusine.n eii:lii'lv.'ty i omuiUr'if.L. Also di'ali-rd in salt, 
l.ll-u. l\atiT-llini-, Stii'-i.-., Piii-l.Tin- ll,.ir, L.iod Plaal-r, 
ic. At. at-»6,W3a u di.liiS., u lli Water Street ... 

* '' I?.^ 1 - 1 B. !•, I AWnCM.lI .. ..W. T. WINDIATB. 



w 



South 



RIGHT & WHITNEY, 

"..uudl^lon Merchnntn. Cronipt attention given to 
I .■ i i , i i. I- ...-. linin.sall, Ac , und to toe 
•g .if VCSJ-1-, C».h jjvrv- ■--■ made on liralu, Elonr 
' : ■ .■ ntand a.:e t.. Eu t- 
*■, I - "- : ' -, M -!-jry Alheu'a Building, 



WILLIAMS & HOU6HTEUNG 
CO UXISSIOJf MERCHANTS, 
No. mu South TC»W s" reft, eecnnd do,, r West or IVeils 
Btrtel Brli!H=, i:ive tiifir -i.-.iijv.: nil cut Ion to the Biil« and 



inds of Produce, Slock, ic, on Comcils- 
- — ■Hlhot' ■■ 

.. .leorsHSmr 
deorge btoele i Co. 



elon. Oaah advances mado oi 



Lb I og )■.'' p 



■e. Refer to tieur^esiiithi (.■'-■. ."ilarlno liantai 
_..„-M»5l( A Co; 
J. M. WiLtuiii, [JafCtMy] W. D. Hoot 



c 


LTLVER 


& COMPANY, 




OplllPI 


SION MERCRAt. 


.TS, 




at 






B.F. 


CCLVES. 


(jaiMH) O, 


E.Culvd. 



RUMSEr, BKOTIIEK & CO., 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



No. UPS Water, c 



\ 



AN IN WAG EN & CO., 

OKNERAL CQVmSSJON MERCHANTS, 

Ko. 8 Date's Balldloif, corner South Ws'.w and Clark sta 

CUIOAOO, ILLIHOU. 

V3T" Llheral Advano.'n made on I'on-lgnmettU. an 

P.KIT-.^I. ta: — H 'i_l A '.Vice t-f, Sin It.",' [\1H r.l i l.'n, 
OhlcajW ; ttaOD Palker, Ca-^ Cutter i Kims, Rnifilo. 



PARKER & RAYMOND, 
(StfOOBW-iBH to Sawtib, Pabkbii St Co.,) 

Genera! fommissioQ AIcrcbaDts, 

No. 271 SouUl Wnter-st., Chicago, Ul. 
E.S.^PAaiEi^ U aai'60-lyl E. D. PvArnoHP. 

HOME & HEERMAMS, 
FORWARDING AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
And Steamboat Agents, 

Atodiho:i Kaphas Tsn arrovY. 

JUlia .MiUifllE, 

Latvui IT:.:-, H'Tiic A <!..., limn *U«, .M^-i.url, 
B. M. HEERMANs, Laic. or Kaunas City, Missouri. 

! J.S. Ohick A Co, Kanws 
, l-Iati-aa CIlV ; CharloJ £. 
.. Enlne 4 Co., 61 , Lunij, 



Al.,-n.t s I H n i< fellow. . 
CltJ/i Nnri]ir-.| " 
Kani.-y. Ici'-'i 

Mi' : c-Ic • ! ■ 

I.T-MI . , 



iKKIILKNl E»: 



. STEWART & CO., 

I1EUISSION MERflltNTS, " 

i-n l . fnleiof Oraln, t'lour, Frovi- 

,; '.. .■; -] ; . .' .■;. ,'.. ; ■ ''in" kV* 

Lfeio 'CO ly] 



PHILLIPS, BROTHER & CO., 
GENERAL 
COIURII.SSION IUEUCHANTS, 

183 South Watcb Stbam, Cdicaco 168 

TBOa, a. r!UWJrB.,.wii. s. i'iuu.ira.,8. d. v*H wacenxh 
Marino B'inic, Chicago, III.; ,1.' K. Dunn ,t 'Co., Bankers 



S Gslca 1 . ... 
.'. l'.llotch 
■an cs c-o. 

■_'■:■.■ \iuhi, 
b.Tj a. 

liew York. 



BEDFORD, MEREDITH & CO., 
OommMjBi Mcrchants.No.SIO South Water filreet- 
Chlcjjjo. give lhi-lr cicliulre fiit.'j.tluu to Ihe purchase and 
•ale of Hour, Grain ai.d ..i: ,in,!v of l*r..niuce. Slock. Ac. 
Lll.eraliiiK-ain.i--i in.icle ..in ..■■him^iiiii.'iiS. Atect.s f..r Kl'n 
Dried Corn Meal , K*ltr t.i K. I. Ti.ikharu A Co., 



liipccsaes. 



pOAG, FARMER & CO.'d 

EXPRESS. 

FAST FREIGHT LINE. 

Via New York and Erie Railroad, 

AT CURRENT RAILROAD RATES. 
By all Sail of Ball .md Sltam to UutTatu 

Mark packages "P. F. Jt Co." EXPRESS, aud If InU-nd 

ed i.tS'..-;.il, rujrl, "Sleana." 

'-'Fhh 'Ls-171 tir-jj-ia;, 1 ..■., : .,-. ■ -,ii-. ■'. ;;, b . 

No. 6 Fomeroy's Building-, Chicago, 
or billa Lading, apply as above. 
nihju-toaii.-im GIBaQJj .t- CHASE, Acenta. 



GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY 
COMPANY'S 
EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE, 

For Through Freight Only. 

Via Now Central. Great, We i.ni. and c -nutting roada t 

OWcaw) and iU the West. ^ ' 

Tin- K' .ads p...ri>ii!-LT thlvuM nr.il nUablo ruuta from the 
bealuai-.J ana u,-.- Wi'.-t, hiVuoiHiuitiCd O 

FAST FREIGHT LINE. 

Glvlnj-pir1'-;ctRellii.|litvnndt:n'illi- Increased Dlspatoh 

to Fr.,-isl,l— iliv.-ir.iiu. fornin ■? tin.. I ine, ti-;an.l We.il, run 
with Uie sa an- r.-'i j-i ,-. if, ikui^. a , )r ■ ..■ ,, c! onj at (|i« 
tCTiiilonsoi' -?!«.■ li K'.nl ;iHTtir.-u ; .li Pa-.-u^r Trains 

Rate-i aa low as by any other Hue. Re.Jniualioin 
I'r inj-tlv and 1'arly A^ju , U j. m lri .- r ; , L k J( [,t, •'! a,l 
E.T[.r.s, 1,1. e, vla(.i, W. R,™ 

In New Yoru, deliver «o ids nt Huil-on ltlvcr Railroad 
l'ajM-iijj.r Lf.:jr.t,7J Wnrri-n •lcc.-.t...r ai I -.icn! -Lrc-t Input. 

II. H^ti.n, .|..i.v,:r ■;.;...].. a li ■:■ u ami « i.;m '.■■• Ka, ti, , : 
Depot; nnd mark na ahove. 

Tb.-..ufiii Hlllol Lading i;Weii, and Rct la trial ion 3 paid, al 
any if u-.t C.m.iai.y'iUrBepr.. 
K. f. BrJ.M'l!, Anuit, r.Z Broadway, New York. 

OTIS KIMBALL. Aeeut.il Sratl ttreel, IJpstnn 
A. WALLIN(.MMd), MeuUrn .A.- ,.1 
Comer Lalie and DeaibonfflreeU.obpoilUi'rromoDtHolUC 
-ahai-CO-ty 



pOR THE GOLD REGIONS. 

Centt-ul Ovcrlaud 
California 4* 3* ffce'S Peak 

EXPRESS COMPANY. 

OFFICE NO. SO DCARBORN.ST. 

Passengers and Freight to Pike's Peak. 

SAFETY, CERTAINTY AND SPEED I 

.The Co4rlor_ -M tie ■■ Tony Exr™^ leave. St. Jo«i.h, 
even In?, nt 1 ■ ■ ■ . 1 .■■ *. v ar\ lug a Ittttr 

■.It Lake'i ;'.. Caaba ] 

vnv, iu-.- n as.'iu'.-Mlver Mil,,.', M. .t.i '.-a, .J ,s ■ raiii'-iilo 
tuMui Kru.i- :., 1: „■_■,■. ■ . «]..,,., ,-,... Ll ii ,. irr . „, 
lliecnit d^utesarji] Ca'iaila, will !„.. r.-. ,-K----t ijprti , 1-hi 
'■■ ■ >• ■ "-fl^ .if |fjvli, t '. The loiU-r Midi will h.. il.^ 
ivervd In S.m tram-Leo ,11 ten day . leh^ra; 1,1c MCi.-ati* 
In eight days. 

St. Joscpli and Deuvor CItr 

DAILY STAGE LINE 

Carrying PaKengers, 'Eipress rnclmge?, Letters, Ac 

Through in 6 1-2 Stay, 

ALEXANDER. IUAJORlS> 

Heavy Freight Isine, 

TolPlke'a Penk, NewMestlco and ArlionlB. 

The undemljined lias be-n appointed General Agent for 
the n.u,ve Linen, In Ihe N.rHnW.-.-t, .,,:<! is ..-..par.d to 
tran=a. : t any L-jmnt'-s , ...iiu. .:-i, ,| iv tl., illn-r. He will fur- 

Lll-ll llcti-tf. t.. [a ,..■[ Ce,-f„r 11: ■ .!^H, |;„, ,..• M;»., ,T 

St. J.-neplitj Deovir' 1 tv, j.-ciirint -<'■■'- Ina.lvai heir 

arrival at ihi ftrmer placi-, ■■' llir,„i.|, (;, i,. t s l,v llnllroa.1 
and -ia-,-., fiom Chicago lo Denv.-r ijlty; recilvo and for- 
ward lei i--'n I. v- ihe "I'ocv t-i|jr,._-s,"a[ideiprcaspiM-kaKerS 
letter*, Ac, hv 'lie -!a = lv lir.., ,.f .tl,.,-,. II.- w,il al- , ,..„. 
trjuiond re, -[.:t lo- Frei^lit ot ..v.;, ,1.-. rU-H.-.n M.-rMna- 
dUe, Aiachliitn.-, it, t,, j,, '■ -i-.i,r.| I,. Ma'.-r ' ll> .% ■/ 
FrelghtLineloinyortt :■ I .- . 1 . .- Al/i Ma- 
Joraisono'of the llriii ;.f !;,.«■ h.Ma'.r A- iV nil- 1 «-i , -.. 
rellildlty, ..iijerle ce. .-a:,;rj'. una I., \, . .■, i . nt- ■ • 
the tranapoitati.'n f '.'■ '-' ' ;; ■' . I l ■ . ', n.l A-', . 
bnpplka to Utaii -uid >"* \k-iii» are well known Mr 
Maforib preparfdt" forwudaiiy am. u" of ndtlit .vl.;,ll 
mavheconBigneil io Idol thrnu^li hi-. \L.-nt.', with c^rialiitv 
Br J d*3[.atc;i. AU a[.,.ii. ati.ii,- t., Mr. Major* forireiji.it, 
ta^t ■,: thejliu --H-7". "-ill o* reiVrrtd t.. i hi- uuilvrsUrrieil 
Letters of Inquiry proaipt.y af- .vor-d. Aci.lv to ur a,hlr t -.i 

W II 11'J K lifc'B A... n . 



u 



} lii.Ca.UO MiLI^i; U HU ISHIN « 

DEPOT. 



T. II*. Baxter 4 - Co., 

FRENCH BURR 

MILLSTOIOSS, 

Of All Quarries, and 
C. "iV. Rrown^B P&toni Portable 

Flouriisg nnd Grist MilU. 

And Uei.le:a in * 

DUTCH "ANKER" BOLTING CLOTHS, 

Smot Mlllsand Separators, 

B^peratorsIorYfflrehonsej-, i 

EellinEfl ortall hinds, 

HolfiUDngcrewaand Daili, 
Bran Duaterc, Pecks, Proor StaJIa, &c., 4o. 

, "Fairbanks* Scales. 
MILL FURNISHING GENERALLY. 

Plana, Speelncatlona nnd E^clruates rDmlahcd when do. 

(ired.Btid thec^E^tn>ct!..u , . .--tiaiii and WattiT 

Mill contracted for entire, 

BTEAM EaVGINE3, BOILERS, AC. 

ricvfo-the 

lufaclory o 
<.>F YfATEB- 

oonldlnvlle Ihe attention of purchajera to their aqperlcr 
terlls of ritylt% workman r; hip and power? ; ,-Jeo, Ihelr very 
otv prices. The rojlowlne ie a list of prfc»; of K a t: 1 1 1 * 
md Boller.t^etl.ir .vilh 11,. .'..r .Water and Si. in. Pij-M, 
ipleto slid 

....»i,:io 

1,W0 

..... 1,476 



i Coalings and Qra 



Bhoraetower »500 I 50 hor.u power.. 



.7^ ao 

. 600 S3 
...110O I *0 



end In like proportion for larger aliea is rec.alr-:d. 
Every Engine Ufnmished. with 
JudHou'i Patent Governor Valve. 

For FlouraMill weconlldently reeommeD'J them as eopfl' 
rlor to any other style of Engine, and they will 

Save from 25 to 50 per cent in Fuel 



ocUilmI rei-nrdii .. 

tefurnlahedto -. -t na -in-1 elarl En^lnealnany part i, 

toantry. Wcalsoaupply 



tEranaportation. 



NEW YORK AND WESTERN 
Statu Ltxs. 

STEAITI ON CANAL. 

EVT. EVANS, Eyhis" Ship Canal, BnfTaJo, Proprtalor. 

WHITE i NEAL.113 Btoad street. New Yoric, Speelal 
Agents. 

Thlslluccf flr«tcla*» (team Cjin.il PropcUtnud Boat-, 
COtiDvCtlne at l'.uttil..> -.v'.llr il.i- N.-w V.,rk nud Erie lined! 
Prvpt-llt-rv Im. -I'i.i! at liV.MKAl, 1>. n.'KS, Chirac.', will 
U prepared on tLv- .-.!<■. Iii-ni' > at.-ijr.it l.-n. t„ [,,rw.,r.l Mer- 
iluindlje an,', rr.ihl'i' l--:t ..-,■■ \, ,\c,v York, Albauy and 
Trov, und tbo acis'-sahle r«lnts West, North-'WMt atd 
South-west. Apply to 

POAU, rWKMh.UACf., W, H. CHASE. LOUIS FON- 
TAINO, Ac-i.l .171 Jar,, ail way, 1 Courtlaod otreel, Hod 
MB Broad street. New York. 

t-IUSON A CHASE AirettU* 

CENTHAL dock. 
OHlie, e ['oiaeroy'sUulldtQf, Chicago. 
tnh30-bW7-1m 



WHltUoSLbfi. 



OLD OSWEGO LINE Trans- 
portation COMPANY. I860- 
EatablWitd in 1832. 

ALYOKD 4 DANE, OiweRO, Proprletori. 
F.B.D\hc, AkoiiMO) Broad street, New Y'oik. D. O 

LlTTI.BJOllM. ll.T|,-r al Ai-i i.ss-exo. AlueIiT Lke, Can 

cral Wi'jUrn A?:ent. Chicago. myloc3aJ-3m 



nPIlE WESTERN TRANSPOU- 
i tation compamy, 

And Western Express Co. 



ST. LOUIS, ALTON AND CHI 
CAGO BATXROAD, 

Shortrat acd 00I7 read bet ween Chicago and S'.L-anli, 

without Chanjr.- of Car-, Bagpipe, or Conductor*. 

GREAT SAVING IN TIME ASV DISTANCB. 

Elegant Sleeping Cars In KliyhiTralaa. 

Sew management. 

*t'.n,7i/;--: .Mit^veJE itejs't, 

Ch catfo Depnl— Carner ..f Canal and Van Eurtn SUa^s 

OliltUTo iifBee-4-J D*«rb*,B etietl. 

Tiaai lt-nv..'l.le....*o every moriiiti -, Sunday* eiceuted. 

an, lev, tv evening, Salur-ujj) eicep'ai. ^^ 

Tralna leave Chicago BJfla.m. a^Wp.m. - 



" SprlngQeTd r..co " ' in " — 

" Alton e.15 " "eiOi" "™* 

r* .", &l * L .°? ,S W ' W " »J»~" 

'1 rains loi v.j st, 1. .nig 7.IM a. m. b on o ra ~* 

Arrive nr Chicago 7,:«p, m . fl.ioa' aCf\ 

MalvinK dlrftt o.ji.uv..ilotiJ Willi all inh.. for 1h<- E a-t anil 

North' 

Jiill.-l and Wllui'.iiftou Acconiiuoda'lou l.aT»i Chlcaao b* 
4.20 n.ro, dally. 

.I.dletund W ' l-.llcn Icivm Wlluihiif 

toonia.Mlii.m.i'.ally. 

Tlckela by rail for Peoria, Oalr.l.iirj-. liurllntflon .Tnct- 
jjmivllle, Naples, Qulucv, «'. .1 ■ ■ c'i ,n,.| Atei,|.,,n l\,n. 
iieotl-m- ii' St. l.oui- hv rilr ■ - i ■■ ,, ,-., v s^ rac'u-p 
l'llot Kt.oli .Hid suJoM'f.!,. «Ui. . ,., C[V miff, 

noon iruiii St. LouU. !■>: ' ■ T- , , I i,,i [f . R evr 

OrlesBe, JelTenoi, City, K.h, >■ -■'., i .-,,-. u worth I'"ii..-'a 

PeJik.We-l.jL, AMIii:,,,,, and St . Juai-jiU. 

,ES CONQDON.t Receivers. 



1300. 

To SM|»iicra of Frofglit to and from 
tbo West: 

Enlarged nu d hcvil facllillei ever prcssnted forthcconstil- 

i-rati...[i ol M, i. h..,t-, sli'i]! i r-, 'I'nivilem 
and Emigrants 

TBR WESTERN TKiSSrOltTATION CO. 

Having laraelylnerea'cd thi'r I, alio facllltlo'. will be pre- 
pared, on the arrival ol Canal lioo-li'. lo niu during ILu OO- 
aulng season between 

Buffalo, Chicago, Milwaukee & Racine, 



MOHAWK, DjVCOTj\H 

FltRE STATE, (ULESA, 

TON UVANO.l, 1UFNDOTA, 

i'l. \ .v5<n IM 3, CUYAHOGA, 

.'II i V PI.OWEK. CUlC.ttUO, 

NEl'rVNE, '-»-,. i ■. .1, 

D1ISSOUIC1, nil'. VKUNON, 

Lc»vIog tho docks at Erlo Basin and foot of Michigan 

it.-c.t, hull'.!,.. l\-|.;i;\ K\ SM.Mi, i-nh.lavi.. v.ei.'-!). 
117 P.M. AmU'.-lv.-.-.Ti HUll'ALO au.l 1'L.TKolT, via 

SotthShoi.i direct, the 

COKCOIS», DUNK lit It, 

OHIAlt PASBIA, SAUINAW, 



AKAXES, JEQUATOlt, 

EUPHRATES, Ef'I.fPSE, 

OIEO.NOTES. EO.U1NOX, 



IHIRV STRWAUT, ILLINOIS, 



ROCKET, 

t, at 7 ... 

li Ihe unequokd 

lux 

150 Boats of the Largest Class, 

(Eight of wh>h will Irave BurTalo ami New York tlally.) 
KKW YORK OENlBAL RAILBOAB nnd 

\V--.,l;.\, Sl'AUI. HINti'S. and PKuPLli'S l.I^E 
r Mi.;- ---I S ,ver mI.I mi. I, riinti'e* them toOftTerMer- 
chatiUntuI j-tlpjii.TMlhe?!- .vlil.illv nuier.or faellltiea for 

the imijsii.lrl.it .1 r llu-lr it,.i|,-l.i loa'.il iiuin the East and 

Weil wllli reliability and despatch. 

The Western Express, 

(Ownedan.loper.-.lcjd !■>" tlih Company,) will he run over 

the Kew York CHiTjI K.-.I r..ad to iii'iffnlo. nnd connect 
with Id o varloui ftili.oa.1.1 and nbono Lines of Proocllen-, 

f'-r ■■'■■ 1 1 ■■!■■ j;i I ... i..-.v i,.], In a iii,,rr..,, t ,c-, tran.-it tl an 

by Canal. 

Tho Cabin and Steerage accommodations of the™ Stcuii- 
creliiivoliei-ii lined npeipre-Jy wlllm vi-.vr to the Comfoit 
nnd safely of pataenccn. 

for rales ot I rih'.t ai.4 Piv""a«e, apply to the Agents or 
(| n.-lcui;. a, .1' tl.' I J Li. . . ,.; u ,Vi-al..'Ui I nr, ifurllil 



Lnattlng II o Uotk fool of Chclnnatl street, at 7 a'clt 
M. Which, runnlnif In eoiiueeticn with I - 
Canal ladllUcJ. of thirl Company, comprising 



fESb*.:. 



A. E.'Culvcr 

HowardAThuis 
J. HtanrACo.. 

T.N. II. mil. .1 
Mlx4Morr);..( 

J.H.Hte.vl 

J. L Kurd l«.o. 
Hurlburt, Klrkla 



W. *\ Uurd. I 

J-.TTalluiLol.;.-! 
Uallinway A 1'cl 



. ,Bulifiito, 

. n '..hi. 



Ctonlles Slip.. .New York. 
i Ai.lor J loose, Broadway, 
Wow York. 

1SI Itlver alrect Troy 

W. F. Holmes. ...Rochester. 
JiiinhpA:Coiilj...Lucb:poit. 
rltt'n.n^.Vt'lnKo.,1 

. ,, > Toledo. 



1I..1 I 






ion i UodpPH, 

Manitowoc. 
John Holy IUclne. 

Keii-iHhal'ler C", Keno.ha. 
W.H.WilghlciCo., 

Wuukegan. 

l.i: Liuond A; Co., 1 C)njk-aU 

Ohleiiyo. 



J. W. TUTTLE, Agent, 



TJUFFALO, CLEVELAND AND 

CHICAGO LINE. 

1860. 

Forthocntuiriyfe-isrin of tiavlgallon, Ihh Line will bo 
composed .'film i.IIov/Iii K Drot ela-s SUHEW STEAM- 
ERS, which v. II I r.i ii iv.'Ul.itlv, li.lv...ii Ifolfalu andCl.lca- 
go, louchliig at int^imediate porta, and furieljig a, 

ut.il l, I" LIJYE, 

(Suudava eic-'iited.) for tho inu^iiiiiljiii o( l'^l«Kl «iul 

UACOTAn, MAY FDOWER, 

(JALKNA, NliPTUNE, 

MENDO.TA. MOUNT VERNON, 

WHNONA, l'LVMOUtll, 

MISSOUKIi MOHAWK, 

CHICAUO, TON Y WAN DA, 

CUVAU0OA, FREE STATE, 

nunnlng In conactUou al Duffalo with the 

i'ow TorlL Oeotral Railroad, 

SPADLDINirs EXPRESS, PEOPLE'S L^E EX- 

Plit.s-, WfitHTSaH EXPHE-3, and Uie 

i, . ... -;. ■*■. :> ii m. ■ i. it,, hi • i.iiiji'v "■ 

Line of Canal Boai son the Erie Canal. Alio, runnlngin 

coiiutctiori, nt Cluvclacd, with tbo 

tltcftauri, I'lllauurz-h X WliteUne? 11. JI. 

TheStcami-ra of llila Line, for tit", elrenglh, spe«d and 
Uona lorpaioengirj, are far superior to those of 



.l.eprlnclj' il [iolnt- 1 



JOSEPH PRICE. Trciv 

It, II, M \SO\,Clil : r ICi.'.-r an.lQenlSop't. 



N.il. MOP KE.'.i '■..-■ .'1 i_n 



pHICAGO AND MILWAUKEE 

V^ RAILROAD-ForMllwankee, Ll Cross; noil St. 
Mom'. - 1.'. ■ ..Ml : . rlvoa at M!lwauk«»tIJS 

Ing at Milwaukee at 

(irossa with Pjckat; 

at 7 a.m., arrives at 
o nt 0.W p. m., ar- 

Tralime iVc Mil-.-. -inker n< In ].',». m, and .1.18 p. m. Al. 
rive at Chicago nt l.a i.. m. ;n..l f..l, ,. m, 

April ath. le.ai. M. I,. JVkK'S, ■'».. Sqnt. 



13 ft" 



n t, r.% p. ■ 



'LLINOI8 CENTRAL HAH. 

ROAD. 
800.. -Su miner Arr&n5:'S)nent,...lR(iO 



6:35 ftja^ Day Ssprua, (.Snudayfi exceptM) striving it 
Peoria »t 3..|i p.m., al Deraiiir :t 3.1.1 o.m.: at 
Hpriu^Oelil at a.!0 p.ra.i Jack j.. ivdle nl 8.i) 
p.m • KnpV-nt 10 _i. i> to t 1 -'. 1,< ji- il 7.20p.m. 
Caltonl lti.S5ii.m.: M-mplili In V> huurn ami 
Now Orle In IShonra I rotn Chicago. 

B.SII p.m. Kleht Exit- 6<. •■ ■< -r.l . i iTr.T.'r.df arrives at 
I", tut : r. ..- .■ -■■ ■ ■■■■ ' .'.-, ., in.: Jack. 

lOtOB.n ..' : t;' l'" -.,;,",,' ^'I'io.Oa'ni^ 
Met I in in h .'if, mi] -V-W Orleans In «1 

}pT Sleeping Cam on all Nlyht TnUnj. 

HYDE PARK AND WUODLMV1I THAJKB. 
Tralneleavo Chicago B.2t) a.m.: 8.W p.m.; 13,00 m.;3,M|i | 

in. and B.Wp.in. 
Re turn I oj! will leave— 
Woodlnw- ' 
HydePai . . 

Oakland, 7.'H " 9.'9 " J.I0 " 1X1 " J.Ot " 
Falrvlew, 7.03 " D 13 " 1.14 " ,.(1 " 7.03 " 
CarWorkd, 7.11" 3,10" l.VM " tAlj " 7.11" 
W. R. ARTHUR, Oen. SuperlnUndi'nt. 
_ W.B. JOHM.SUM.Ueti. Pa-v-urns! A ^ent. 

CHICAGO, BURLINGTON U 
QOTNOY IIAILROAD. 

Passenger Trains Ira v and arrive at Cliirajo na foHowtt: 
Day l<:xpre.i>9 leavn ":19 a.m. SiiioJivB eicepted ; arrive* 

6:C0 pju.,iSuntlaysi'i'.'e|jied Mgtit E.ipcerto leavei 9:10 

p m. Balui-iJav eit-vt- .1 ; arriVi.i r.:f.'.i s.m., Mon.laysci- 
Cupted„...M(ntlot:. ( \. eiiij.i.iiiH'.ii li-.v.; ■i.iflp.m.Siiiidayg 
tur.ccpled;arrlvcju.l():-.,iJj, .Stimlavii excepted. 

fl.n. UAAlMOJNiJ.Ui-EeralBonl. 
Chicago, ApiH7..i. 1BW. 

THE PENNSYLVANIA CEN 
TBAL RATI ROAD. 

260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK, 

equal to any la Uil 

Three Tbronsh Piiancnsor Train* 

Uelween Flluburgh nnd Piilfad.-lpMa, 
Connecllng direct In iLe Union Ueiioi.nt PlUsliurgh, wltn 
Through Trainii from all Weiteru rill-d for I'l, Mi? eljlilit. 
New York, boslon, ILiUlmore ami Wash ogton Clly : thus 
furnhlilnij fncllitlci forth" tcanspotUtion m' I'a.T-eiti;era un- 
d, for npced nnd comloit, liy nny other route. 



Sraokloa Cars a 
Sleeping t!iin!lo-Expre-«5 and F:Ut Trains. The Eiur_._ 
runs daily, Mali and Katl.ir... s'limlav;. .jeejiltd. Threa 
dally Iralna connect, direct for New York. Express and, 
E..r:i Llii.- ..■.■nui'i.t f.ir ll.ilrlrnor,- -iij.j \y„. Iilnclon. 

AilTiiri'i.'h I'. ■ ■ I -.''I r..'.r'a 

Pnleni Ktok.:— sneed .mde.'i'. rfeel control of the Engineer, 



Boat Ticket-" lo ttoatbo are g ( d via Norwich, Fall Rl»er 
or Slunliiirton Lines. Hnswu paaicngcratransferredfree Of 

cl.ac.i.- iiuu i-h .\v* York. 

Tickela may bfi obUlhdd al nny .lftho important Railroad 
OflluLsln ihe W. tt; nl*o. on Loaiduny ot thorepular Una 
of StCUJieison ilio Ml7-".-.-j|.;.l ..r iljiio 1 1 1 v r- ra ; and al Ilia 
Offletaof Hie Company la 13'JLitou New York Baltimore, or 
Philadelphia. 

%B~ t'Aut ALwara u Low un Time as qoiEK ui 

iaii oma Itoorar 

ASK FOR TICKETS BY PITTSBURGH. 

Tho completion ofiho Western connections of Ihe Pena 
ay I van la I ..iilro.nl. m.-Jii*-. Iliifilhe 

DIRECT LINE P! I '.'. I: C ,-.' TIIk: EAST AND THJE 
GREAT "WEST. 

ThoconnedInK of Imckshy the Rail toad Br!d«» at PltU- 
bUri'h.avoldlnt(all drayntc or ferriage or Kleintit, loe'ihflT 
Willi the aaviuj; of time, are udvantaK.! naiilly ajjpreciated 
h',' Sl,h,|.. ir..>f firl,-' t. ami II ... 'IT-avelllrit; Puhllc. 



D. A. STEWA 



;'i ; V;V 



gn: 

hnsto 



H.S. rierce A-I'd Z -ir.-^Viil", 1 1 ; J. J. Johnson, Ripley, 
U.; R. MuNwIey, Miiy.-nijlu, K.-- : Urui.-bv A Crupper, 
Porlsmoulh, O.: I'mIiIo.:I, .t Co., J..|f. -r-oiivlile. Ir.d.; If. 
W.Hrown A- Co., Clntinnut! ; Alliem A lllhleil. Cincinna- 
ti: B. O. Meldrnm. vi i,li-.,i,, 1 1. .1 ; ,I,h. E. Moore, Loula- 
Vlllo; P. G. O'RIley A- Co., Ei/aosvlll.., Ind.: K. Vf. Ora- 
llOmiCo,, Cllro. III.; It. [■'. Sa -, Shcler & t.iln.--, St. 
Louis; John il. Haril-i. Na-!,v]ll;, Tltjo.; Ilarrlj A Hunt, 

; f..T.-..i,.;i'l;i,:-.;,t,-..., ,■(,(, ■" ■■ " '- 

.___|L or lo F 

points In tho Wcat. 

The Crrntcitt Facilities otTored for th« 
I'roietllon unci *|>ced) Trans- 
portation olUVIi >TO<iltk. 

A.iJ] (rood accommocla'i. jin. win, u:uaJ p.-Mle^es for per 
lon J ft.^veliiiKlii.jh:-.r:erJ,.r.nt. 

VUKIGU IS. 

Br thla Route Frohjhis of all Jrseripilona cao wft-r- 
vuil^l«i.'i4 rriii. l'l,ll...:.l l .LI ■, >■ ./ I or It, I.. is or 

BaWinore, toa 'ul from nny point on the P.-ill,..:,,], ,. ( ijhlo. 
Kentucky. I inJlana, lllliiola, Wisconsin, lovva, or MLuourl, 
by Railroad dire t 

The Pennsylvania Railroad alao eonnectj at Pittsburgh 
with Steamer,-. by which eijods can he forwarded to any 
port on the Ohio, Mdsklnpum Kentucky, "I'es.nv .--■• u, Cunf. 
norland, iHlnola, MlBsl^lppl, Wiacouiln, Mi.souri, Kansas. 
Arkantusand Bed Rivera ; and at Cleveland, Saudutky and 
Chicago with Stcnmeiato ah Ports on the NorlhweiUra 

Merchanta andS'ulppira entrusiicEthe transportation ot 
their Freight to tbUCoiup.ioy, tan roiy with tonBdenca oa 
llar-oeedy tran-il. 

THBrtteaof I reight n and fre-ji any mint In the Weal 
by theP'-nniylvat.la Rnil road, are at aTUmea u favorable 
u ate charted hy other P.. 14. ''otnpanlM. 

(jy~Be pa.Ucular to n. ,:i: pa.:-;;..,-.y " vu PlSXA. F, B." 
E, J. SNEEDER,PhUaiWihia, 
JIACKAW a- KOUt.S.SAN'! mi ctre;t. Balilmon?. 
LEEulli CU^ No. 9 Attoi House, or No. 1 s. Wm. al. 

I i EECH>i ; O..No.77Siv. s're^t. Boston. 

ii. h. Hiii;.Mu;v., a. . uiadcjpUk. 

i..L.Hourr. cvi/rr. . i a.c phiiadi'ipi.u. 

THOS.A.^COTT, Cea'ls-i].':, An .i. 1m, j*T-6u-ly 



B 



UFFALO & LAKE HURON 

RATXWAY. Sherteat and Seat route to Buffalo as 1 



the, 

bi ■ • 



K or BAiiRXL Powc at New Obi.ka.vs.— 

1 tV ( Orlcnus lliere -veto only lM^5 l>rls in 
taction of warehonies on the 1st hist., 
bout ouo third tlio slock nt the cor. 
lp Sm^f dntv* lust year. 
,. Ci \snati MinKST?, J«ue 1.— Tho <?<K*M*-of 

*01s . . 

f«ii 'Vlit miproTomoQt estublisliod Jay bo- 
tu„v ,es \daj in Bow >"ls lost to-day. tho 
S °JWg daH 1 at*WOfcrBd P erfine,and 
invrrWeVV* t,. .itv were only 5S9 brfs ujramsl 
3,155 brls Axporttd. .Whisky reammed at ISc 
Prime wheal Vffts firm iviih a rzood demuDd at 
i for red nnd $1,S8@1,85 for wbiU. 
Corn steady and in fair reqxtest. Oats dull at 
41c, &nd prices two drooping. Holders of pro- 
visions continue iuin to day, but buyers ex- 
hibited losi disposition to operate, ond butlittle 
inclination to follow tho advance. The sales 
were confined to 110 talids bacon at Vic Tor 
shoulders a-jd 10c for sides; 50,000 lbs bulk 
shoulders at t).c, loose; and 140 tcs and brls 
lardat llijglH-v There vras some demand for 
iness pork at tlT,T5, but holders demanded $18. 
■ Stocks at LiteepooiI.— At a late meeting of 
the Liverpool Mersey Docks and Harbor Board, 
the fact of the enormous stock of produce in 
Liveipool was alluded to. -Mr. Forwood drew 
attention to tho iosullicieut warehoues accom- 
modation for the cotton which was at present 
in the port, and which was expected to arrive, 
and asked if some measures could not be taken 
to render the tran&it sheds of use for storage 
in such an emergency. . The chairman, Mr. 
Turner, replied thut the slock of -all descrip- 
tions of produce at present in the port was 
enormous and unusual ; in fact, beyond all 
precedent. The cotton alone amounted to a 
million bales. Mr. forwood said that the want 
of warehouse room was seriously inconvenien- 
cing tte trade, tho price charged for ware 
housing cotton being as high as Id, lid, and 
lid, per bale per week. 

Wellasd Canal,— The following is the busi- 
ness of the Wo lipid Caunl for the week ending 
tbB26lhMay: Flour, 5.S41 bils; wheat, 4'2,o73 
hu; corn,173,S80bu; salt, 11 ,901' brls; lumber, 
1,661,307 feet; timber, C'J.OOO feet; staves, 
lU5,12Si ; shingles, 31GJ bunches; railroadiron, 
iron aid iron ore, 2.2911 tons; lime, 575 tons; 
coal, 391 tons ; men liundise and sundries, 1,915 
ions ; passengers, 07. 

Trade op St. Louis.— The St. Louis Jfrpvlli- 
can of yesterday, gives the receipts of leading 
articles, by river, since the 1st of January, com- 
pared with 1859, as follows : 





To Dale. 


tame ISS'J 


Sale Kopc. col's. 


II97S 


23,60' 








































fi.aso 




FrulL drie J indicia.. ■..:... 


«.37fl 


aa,o« 
















3S.0S9 


!7,i ;;<■ 


Hide*. J" a. . 






Hides, bdls •*•*. 




3.33S 


















S3.&12 


L. 


H'.uSS 




Lard, ki'ps 


1S.320 


7,761 






1,3* 








llolu*. kcj 


U'.HS 


11,911 


Oak bushels 






Port, tibia 










2:.:.'-.V"'' 










Jli.333 


. e.oGi 




MS 

3U18 






■ 3*,H71 


SuBJMbL' 




«fi% 












'M.y:- 


Salt,b*.-ls 


13.067 












B,4lfl 








■Wheii.tiu.VieU 







"We 

"WhL-kor. i-m> *'*'-• <v;m " " fa,U8 

l'rrr.'DCncn Floue ami Grain* Markets— June 
1. — Flour — The transactions iu this article have 
been small, and prices hoi e a dro' ping tenden- 
cy. We quote super at $5.30(35.40; extra §5 8; 
@5.90; extra latin ly $0, G 12@C '20, fancy $6.40 
@6.50, and white wheat do at £f", 75. The sales 
from first brands have been limited. Gra 
The week's sales, with the exception of corn 
andoais, have been very small. Corn is in good 
supply while the demand is limited, and the 
soles made have been at a decline from the quo- 
tations of our last. We quote at 55@57c from 
■Wharf, and f>8@G0c from store. Oats are 
dull and declining. We quote from tirst hands 
at B7@*9c; aud from store at -10(3420. ' 
ley tijero bus been nothing done worthy of 
notice; prices ore nominal a', G5@08c for spring 
and 70@76c for fall. Rye is worth 90©95c per 
bnsheL 

New York IIiok Market— Mat 81. — The 
market ii quiet but firm, und we have to notice 
sales or BOO California, 23 lbs. arenfge at 231c. 
forupper.and 231c. for Lower; 4,000 do. on pri- 
vate terms ; and 300 New Orleans 19 lbs. at 17lo 
St. Louis Markets— May 30,— Receipts, by 
river, 7,088 ska corn, 5,070 sks wheat; 3,580 
bgs oats. Wheat — demand very dull, but there 
is no chunge from yesterday's prices; sales to- 
day 426 bag3 spring and club at 41.10; 108 bags 
club at $1. 13; JOObaga choinedo at $1.15; 74 
do do at 81.1ft; 150 do fair lull at$l,28; 500 bga 
prime fall at gl 43, and350 bags choice at SI .50. 
Corn— Dull through unfavorable Southern quo- 
tations, although deliveries were light, and 
freights lower; sales 260 bogs pocr mixed at 
45c; some 20DU bags mixed and yellow at 50@ 
33c; 2000 bags Northern mixed vellow and 
mixed white 53@54c, delivered- 2500 bags fair 
■white good to prime mixed while, and prime 
yellow ut 54@55c, mostly delivered ; 1460 bags 
prime and choice white Irom 56 to 59c, and 6,6 
bags choice white at 69@Bqc, mostly delivered. 
J"lodr — Iu demand except in a limited way for 
orders • sales comprise 05 bags country at $2.50: 
250 bbls choice city superfiu . at ?5.75 ; 100 bbls 
country do at $5.25 ; 50 bbls city single extra 
nt$6.75; 50 bblfl fancy brand at $5.87i • 850 
bags choica city superfine, in lots, $.290. Oats 
Holders firm at quotations, and demand inac- 
tive. Sales includk.- 712 bags light and common 
in lots, at 40c, pnrt dehverd ; 2200 hundred bgs 
good and prime, in second-hand and new bags, 
at41@42c; 1060 bags private, and about 400 
bags strictly prime and cnoice at 42l@73c, in 
good end new ba£F. Whiskey— Dull and drop- 
3ng. SaleB to-day include 147 bbls at 18 A c, cur- 
rency; 56 bbls at same, 30 days; 100 bbls pri- 
vate ; 150 bbls at 18 A c, terms not disclosed. 

Ceops in Canada.— The Toronto Qlobe of the 
31st, contains the following: 

We continue to receive from every section of 
the country reports of tbo favorable appear- 
ance of the crops, the weather for which during 
the past week has been all that could bo de- 
■flir-Kl. A great many fields of fall wheat, ea- 



■ to 



i.rim.i *i:>:^iT.-Vr<»< IP-fin--. si:. :■ i:-i'i "■ •*'■' <!" 

S,- .'. f,,» ,1.* .(■, ill '.i^ii '- ' I, ,,',.^.^. fc.«r t-.tat-r , 
,;,, i\i 1 [1- a< jcr i.r.1 i, r ■ ■ . -.■ . ( ". ' ■ ;■ - 
,- ,i,i,-, ,» l...... J- : - I. ln.fOfq r ., ■ A - . ' 

lori-xir-iim-i. U ■i-llntinsti'i it it (I J I->r -mit, -li.iI 
*10«Mf*r\Vi»l.-m. Prime n..- -t.i.r.Ai, „■ ' i f .!■!■,( 
13((«1?. «tttnwat*itttl). SuIi'slM pfeRJ M ■X-'-.in. d>r li .nu 
iim ':'-, for thnuldcni. liiromiml ii'i'l n< niliuil. Lsrl linn. 
!*.l.*s-iii(>lirl(t ui im&Uli liHtt.-r ttcatly at iri^lj for 
Ohio. 11'l/M for St,iiL-. Chceso rJio steady at ~mH for lu- 

tliii iimii.i,— iVfiVc fulrlyflt'tvi* :il rn.v!..ii!i pr!c6s. 8 ilea 
3 WOMBS »■!" Eitrj to Uw Tn.l. . ii'il wl Ini-s.l.-ninlei m, 
['Tlviiu- lomu. tufinr holilcrs still Ins'flluB uu Hie lute 
cilrtn.e price.', «Licli l.iiv-r- uro i"l v.-\)inip l'< Mil. mil l,., 
Ilicinarkft Isicitrfim-lv .uiU-\ an. I fit ei IcrUio.li.y only 
l«nt up lOOlilnlcCiil.a, Hiiiiirti ■,■ ru i- '" ' \ " ', l . . Ho. 
ta-6CS*«ndy: rn'Csi.Jlitid-- T'. rr.. t.i ■ i 8 '-. 

M, . K«,-Mi\Bj vcrr ■!■:!■ ,■•■-*' ' . !..i.,'.-. 

Chi A K 1"0, Hi r'scrii.?:. ij a ' '■! M f . i - : i : . ' r- ■ . t . ■ '■ . 
MSInV M n.'.iS. NYr.'---,, < L.L.MJ7' ,, I've Mml 
80, Lmil Grants -.It, K C 6's D8. 

Ohvpcso market. 

[BtTelegiaiti.] Oswir.o, June 2. 

Fi.orjn— Sti-adv. t-ut c!n:Cl dull. Sales 61J extra Slatonl 

tfi-T'.WJT fur IDVoIllt i|iii|!'-« e\'-KI. 

Wiii:*t— Firm. Sak-j l.u-! nkht, l.-n'il Nr,. 1 D n<] e>lro 
Ml w»uk«e Clu!> :il*l.in. TiTilay Iho rasikct Is wllhrmt 
. Imii^i.- !■*'. j -1 '-' wl-lt--- ..■inl,iTuMlchririiiint91.1. , m. Hint 
l<Vni white ii. ill-.ru ni *I.-M, Coru_-ciioi! ,u..l wlllmul 
nmli.r'alc'i»!£(j. ^.ilf J 4,tlX' buihds prime !l"lnui? ul i -.',". ■. 
ihn liar., v I....1 l-.-un- ,|„] P i. 

I a- ii..-->"lv; 20o for Flour, 7C for 17heat. 

"?. ,,'..,' .. _• obMi 1 our, SB,iOO bu "Wheat, JlOObu Com', 
900O1U n.itj, iikflm uyo. 

Exf ]i. --1-1- i I- i, 1. ■■■::. lfi .'.in Mi Wl : . ,'. J3,.M(l in 

Oats, 2,8001) a Rye- 



Foreign Jtlorkcts. 



Flou 

\\ i . .;' flrnilivlt ql 

[lQUsed. rjarndidlimd nominal. Sales or SluteJ :i: 
®3Ss; YcllawSAjatiM; White 36037'. Mes-irs. AV 

null), NashiCo.nii.l Miier* ;■■]■■ -t Heef dull. IV.rk i 
nml guotatiorii nonilnaL llic.-u flrrn l>ut qulot. Li'ril 
1|»IUiid. Tslloi slow ofmle kul prices wIUiohI nil 
trfln. Spirits of Turpentine dull ut S-laM. Put-A 



Wn 



Te. 



-,- .lull Jl 



MARIlSlE JOURNAL. 



Stair C 



FORT OF CHICAGO. 

ARRIVED .... 






Mn.r llnr..n, Cai->1, Kjluiiii <■ ■. r (i n. sIiItil-It- 

Mint L»dy Elt'o , ^'il.-on, S' p- rior, (uarJilee. 

Hr.C Jisrv, Buil. r, Pcusauife, 140 m lumlier. 

Jlrl s - ilontCJumi, Mfr.r. , Ccorilo. 175 iu lumber. 

>>■[•, ftm-lb, hi.t'l-h. K.;Vri..„(i.l| c lit., 

Sthr Moii-.ni.. .\(. i.ru.i'. M ii^.->- _-..u, 12'iiu lumber. 

Sehrllllrplf, Burke. ii t u..| l|-i» en. 73 m lurnbsr. 

i-'clir WMihviii.i K..t,Ij' r.-eiiU-.- villi-. "-'. cor.l.H wood. 

>• it r < i t-ivlii. .I-iliiii."l>, ("'i-rilp-ville. u."t l„-Js wood. 

>.lir Klill.it-s, Divi-.-ii. Oflvo;.., V.6 tonatoal. ' 

8chr('rio;,Ja, MeAnlvre, Uiw-so, "Uni limil.i r, (JO m Ellin 

Glei. 



Prop Altegbiiny, ISoyiogtor, Grand HaTcn, JJubt. 

BrUMiry.Bn-ler. I'dmnf, i„LL 

Pthr Mod'ood, McGr-jw, MuskeEBD. ITclit. 

ScUr 1..I. Li'li.ii'i. UcDoDtH, "'liT.-eio. 1 '.CO bus corn 

s-elir WJilrlwii.d. u.rg!,, i.'fnn.jviile, light. 

>r-l.r'l C I'.v,! 1 ..l.>r.l 1 -0!i,l'.T,lrev.ll-, i| s ftt. 

t- hi ('. N IT"., NtS'.i.Sliet-oyean, light; 

Bohr \\ r TOii.lnF.'Fur1oriB, Gnnrl Hay en, llcht. 

S^Hr ( Hull mt r. (.'on. (..- 1:, i isflV.Mi '.'7-i lius .vlieil. " — ' 

S. it '[..rr, i.r 1, pht, II -a, i) ::-. u .. 1 i.i.U'H-n:. wl,.,,l. 

Scbr Marqiifiic.. IU-,i. l'uffjlf., Cn.CHiobuf com. 

S. lirCJt.lil Hunl.r. ( uMi-r, i i.-w.,-.. lh.-Jni l,us coro. 
e<-Pirl,»-t.>iir> -n.-, linjf 1.. Itl.WtMiscjm. 
S^tirYinaec HI .n. . Fii'i.:h'T. o.sw .' L - . iT.fO'J Ima corn. 
Hcbr AnntoO. T.oynor, Jin,e = J i 1 ,>j,i\vc-.., \r,.oou Uuscorn. 

Jnticellantou*. 



'ugLlin, n\nlm-. u,- tt' oonei P.-i.Ho'ley. 

Insanietow, B(j(a-i— by whkL the I ..iter vi-=el Ii'id iier boul 
irut In two— ir. r. i,~.-.ii i» j»- e m Hie tuc Krouriillni'. r-o 
t.'Li'. i [i'(;i.:lnfd to IbeTrowbrld.f (or ;i..-- n.- 1.].-M 

A cjIIMod took j. sloe t lj i s 1 1 oruliif; about '.o'clock. . IT Il-ir 
Point, bet »i en 1'ir |.r.'[--'l >t (,l.-.i.f. :,-,,! a-ln-.ir..T A.ur.l ! •> 

bolli I'OU'ddp, I v wliklj Ihe latter had hfr j l.-l in, bow 

rpiii, lu-adi:rar nn.l rulwatcr car ; isd siv.iv. The prd[elhr 
rtCi'K'td lilt"*? or i.o rJaiitf.gr. The Ar-onlijs wa^t'iwr::) irilo 
ltd* poil l.y lite tuu' Ke.l Kric. wljerethereiualmlu uriil.-^o 
( lhe Lecefsary lepa.r.'.— [Dttrolt Tribune, 1st. 

is Akimatto CosTEST._lhe barque R. G. Winaiow, 
Hatt So). Kuii.miise. uirl u-lioor.c-r S, 1'.. I'otuerov Cnpt 
ll.t ■ ■ ml' ri-i. i I il.ii, ; ..rt nifkl l>eloie I ,-l (],.- i,i,i,. r 



:Oiv, In d hair a trip a lie i.!, h-m b eii niu, 1.1 iip wii I. l'-v I 
;..ii,i ..litor will. In tov.-.ilne dislaricf. :it tl.l- p rt, both v 
ids liavinj; made remark My quick time fluid. 



fn-'-nl J/ttrolt, Jfunt Is/. 

Ui'— SBForiM tJ-i en ; pr. Pi -iiobe, Comet ; brU Ifa- 
bclli fChrs C. N. Johusou, liar. LI, \V J Grant, Ar.Ontla.-t 
l'Jyiiioth Kock. 

[i...ii-::-l'!. : . "(.'■!■: l l.ur b ->, , !.r : _- S (' W.illl.il ! L - : ,r|, ; , 
r.. .l.SklflraiTo, (.nvnln, OH- o, Il.irri-'. Hoi', Suiitniir 
A. Bradley Milwaukee Bell, M)dDight,Qu«n Qlty, 

Through Wetland Canal, Mat/ 24i/i. 

Up -Hiawatha, Gem, M L Colllus. KormBu. Dowe— 
Full. .el.l Great WtiBl.LoW'luinl La=.i,.lesLC Atsii Iluf.t.Uoudor 

J,alit JPorl*. 



BI.FFAL'1 Slay 31 — Arrived-Prop Neptune, Sallbbti- 
T-, '.'hlcaco ; Sil,n( upe Hruii, AriJenur. ■!■■ ; Maliilrii; ile 
McKce.do. Cleared-r.opGal.r, ..Sfc--:-, ,!<■>: plttsl.ureti 
DtekwJUi, do; ^uu, lmou, do ; ecbrTVine o( Ibe Wind 



ILLINOIS AND JlIICUICAN CANAL* 

ARRIVED M^y %. 

Tim-, LaSal]e.<,S?Ibucom. * 

Ch.hl. M. rrlt, 6,0H l.u coro. 
J. ii... I'atnei.-, Li Salle, 6,647 bu corn. 
Troiruailuur J.r. l.pr.rli, 1 r fii.r bn corn. 

.1 1> Leonard, LuSaiie.c.MiObu corn. 

Sei a:or, Ln-;alle, ]i0 tcun coal. 

'■I.i , hn.ir ■. , i.i ii.v.Ti, ;..i.Li7 l.u i:.. ■'. 

Marlfin' OtUiwa, 1,400 bu corn, 3.7M) bu Wheat, 1M Im barley. 

CLEARED;..".." Mny 2S 

All.v Si.rni-u.-. I.a'-ulle n,721 ft Im.h.-r, 17,.-,-,oi( Imh, 
11 A Thorp. .!■■ iet. 7VJ : ! II hitiit.er.-jOfi'TOftJaUi 
Aiirnra. LaSiillf, •,•.:■!: fi lun.l.er. su ui i-hir-Ldos. 
Hunib.ldt, JoliM.il.Wift i.rr.ler -:.r'i.o -hlnglor SDOO0O 

' I- -rr,.l ■l.-.v.K.l.U.t.l-^lr VM.I-1-phL-!.-. ' 

Llonv 1.I--.I1-, 7, a::; n hnji.er. no ,u ;blni;k'i t -'-I f! 

lath, 439>i e ft timber, 25 bbls I'mc. 



ARRIVED... 



.....Tnaelsl 



II'. ■ ..h'lf. JJorn'Wtx I'meom. 

»rliil», Ji..litt,«H>Fbucorn. 
Lo L -i..„i, Locki.jrt lueo bu corn, :0aKs flour, 10 bule ■ 

lubblapork. 
Troubadour, Lerkport, 4000 bu com. 
''oi. >'..-.im». Aihirus, steno. 
IUaCue, Athci 

AquUli.WHi.,, 
TlDje.LaSalle,* 

CLEARED June 1st. 

St. Lout*. La Salle, light. -uneui. 

-In.. I'a'ikk, l.u .-.tih, lii, f i. in. bur, W'.OOO lulhawaconj 
1>. A. 'j iioru. Jolli I. 6d,u(i6 It lumber, 4j bbU call. - 



T b.dour, Lock port llcht. 

Col Hl<*m(i,Ath' im light. 
Rescue, AthensllKht 
Aqulila, Soulh. light. 



(vttscliunged a few iluys of|0 to the West Ohio 
Cont'erenco, wns auniii clnuiged to tbo Central 
Obio Cdnforeiice. 

Tbu Bi.sb.oiis woro an tliori/od , if (boy deem 
it odvisable, to establish un annual Coiit'erenee 
to be called the Rocky Mountain Conference, to 
com prise ! tbc territory known an Jefl'urBori, and 
alithe milling regions. 

The boundary report hh a whole wos then 
odoplcd. 

Dr. No3t, of CiDcinuiili, made an inte'"~f'" 1 B 

rmViiTof iin nomial coiifercnco', to be called the 
I'n ■ n-'. a- 1 German Conference. 

A resohitiou by Mr. Trimble, of Obio.thotigbt 
existing cireiimsiuoces do not warrant tho for- 
mation at this time. 
A Liftman Conference was adopted. 

Tho committee on revivals was instructed' to 
strike out from the discipline the provision re- 
lating to 'the ordiuatiun ol slurc holding local 
preachers. 

Tho bishops were authorized to establish an 
annual conference in India. 

Tho report ol the Committee on Lay Delega- 
tions .wasitaken up. 

A motion to postpone tho subject till next 
General Conference was lost. 

A motion to submit tbo plan in the report to 
llio Annual and Quarterly Conferences, to take 
action upon before ihe next General Conference, 
was pending at adjournment: 

Adjour ned at 11 r. ». ^_^ 

From \1 .11 hin- i. >ii. • 

Washington, June 1.— Gen, Foster, the Dem- 
ocratic candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania, 
James Mngeo, Director of tho Pennsylvania 
Railroad, and other citizens of that State, are 
here on business connacteil with the passage of 
the Tarifi bill bv the^enate. The number will 
be increased next week by the arrival of Messrs. 
ltobhins, Cadwallader, l'nillips, Roberts, Wm. 
C. Patterson and other prominent Democrats of 
Pennsylvania, on the same business. 

The Senate Committee on Printing will re- 
port in favor of the House bill tor the estab- 
lishment of a Government Printing Otlice, and 
the prosneet is that it will pass the beoate. This 
means' o'G executing the public printing has 
been repeatedlv before Congress, since 1819. 
Whatever may be its merits, its success in a 
great- measurcis owing to the industry aud per- 
severance of Mr. Gurley. 

Edward Bates, of Mo., is about to publish a 
letter addressed to O. II. Browuing, ot Quincy, 
111., adrisjng bis friends to do tberir utmost to 
secure the election of Lincoln and Hamlin, and 
expressing the opinion that they should not 
waste their votes upon the Bell and Everett 
ticket. 

Mr. Appleton was to-day confirmed as minis- 
ter to Russia, and W. LT. Prescott as Assistant 
Secretarv of Stale. 

HoraceT. Clnrk, member of the House from 
N'ew York, testified yesterday before the Co- 
vode Committee relative to the subscribing of 
J4O.000 per month to. Mr, Vanderbilt. He 
stated that neither Mr, Buchauun nor the Ad- 
ministration were responsible, as the arrange- 
ment was complete before Mr. Buchanan'sterm. 

The Senate confirmed today tha nomination 
ot Mr. Day of Iowa as purser in the United 
States uavy, 

JEailt'oad Collinioii and Loss of Life. 

West Chester, Pa., June i.— A collision oc- 
curred on the Baltimore Central Railroad at 
twentv minutes past six o'clock tbis afternoon, 
near Painsville Station. Two passenger trains 
met on a curve where the grade was heavy, and 
rushing into each other, both engines and four 
cars became a total wreck. The firemen and 
engineers escaped by jumping from the.trains. 
Conductor Willis Taylor and a newsboy were 
seriously injured. 

Lee Miohncr, a farmer of Chester Co., who 
was standing on tbo platform was instantly 
killed. Mr. Finney, an employee, was iojured. 
Contractor A. B. Burton who was riding on one 
..of the engines, jumped off, escaping with slight 
bruises. Every assistance was rendered to the 
passengers, a number of whom were more or 
less injured. They were taken to Mendenhall's 
farm houie. 

'[.. li Union RatlHcnilon Meeting at 
Boston. 

Boston, June 1. — The Union Ratification 
meeting for Bell and Everett at 1'aneuil Hall to- 
night, was a great demonstration, notwithstand- 
ing a pouring rain. Several out of town dele- 
gations were present, and the Hall was densely 
packed. Hon. S. A. Eliot presided. Among 
the speakers were J. Thomas Stevenson, Geo. 
S. llillard, Mr. Heory of Tennessee, Mr. Salt- 
onslall, Hon. Edward Everett's letter of accep- 
tance was read, and was most enthusiastically 
received. 

From Now York. 

New Yorb, June 2. — The steamship Adriatic 
took out nearly 400 cabin passengers, S1,S50,. 
000 in specie, New Orleans moils ol Wednesday 
and telegrams of Friday. 

The Edinburg took nearly 300 passengers 
and upwards of $a00,000. 

King and Wood, the prize fighters, were ar- 
rested early this morning, near Willett's Point, 
while making preparations for a match. Some 
of the bruisers showed fight and were badly 
beaten by the police. 

ltcquittitlon Honored. 

Clevelvno, June 2.— Stephen G. Kennedy 
who some time since ran away from Memphis 
with a young girl, leaving a wife in that city, 
and for whom a requisition was made on Gov. 
Uennison by Gov. Harris of Tennessee, on 
charge of stealing some property, which was 
refused, was to-day taken back to Memphis by 
Marshal Craw, requisition having been made in 
which Kennedy is charged with stealing jewel- 
ry from his wife. Ineffectual search wos made 
for his pa ramour. 

Railroad Collision. 

DunuoEj Juno 2. — An excursion train on tba 
Dubuqe, Marion & Western R. K., collided with 
the passenger train neor Worthington yester- 
day — no lives lost, Kx-Gov, Hempstead, Genl. 
Hodgson, Hon, W. W. Hamilton and W. B. Alli- 
son of this city and Hon. O. B. Maltison of Utica 
N. Y,, were considerably injured, but it is 
thought not seriously, Mr. Cummings, conduc- 
tor of passenger train, and a passenger were 
slightly wounded. Locomotives and cars, were 
badly wrecked. 

River four feet on bar. Rained hard all day. 
Thermometer G5. 
The Souili Weymouth, Mum. Tragedy. 

Boston, June 2. — The Coroner's inquest at 
South Weymouth, closek yesterday. Mhe fact 
that Betsey Frances Tirrcll died by poison was 
established, but no direct evidence implicated 
Geo. C. Jlersey. Tho drown stances, however, 
were deemed sufficient to demand his commit- 
tal to jail to wait tbo action of the Grand 
Jury, 



Surgoou Chiropodist 

i 

To Ifis 'Majesty, the King of Bavaria, 

,ind ....... i of (lie Principal Sovorolcna 



Iu ooinoquanco of numerous requests which Imvo bcoa 
mndo Blui by souio of tho MOST DISTINOU'SIIED 
FAMILIES 1 !!! tills olty, DR. SCHLOSSElt li« titon In- 
dued to visit Uhlcfljro Tor a SHOUT PERIOD only. Ho 
uld niaitft«|>i'cirully Inform tli ■ public tfcnt lie Is oooof 
fan- living EXCLUSIVE PH0FESHOR8 of this Im 
porlnnt bulTOO COMMONLY NEGLECTED Urnuch of 
Surgery, who CORES I'BP.MANENTLY ond WITH- 
ODX PAIN,all<lsesic<iof thofect. 

DR. SCHL0S5ER has the satisfaction of alailrif; thnt In 
la enabled lo do ibis simply through u course r>f Ihc MOST 
SEDULODfin-.il UNREMITTING STUDY, nud whQtO 
a CARELESS nr INOOMI'ETEMT rraclltlcncr simply 
produced aMOSIENTARY KEjL'KF, Leeunrranlecs tbnt 
blspitlcrital'WlLLfiND NO RECURRENCE OF THE 
DISEASE, anil will entirely obviate the possibility of fur. 
ther maoynnii; from oltiiei of these constant dnlly buffer- 
ings. Thonioft timid persons mny pluee themselves with 
PERFECT' CONFIDENCE In-lris hands wlihout experi- 
encing tho slightest fear from his mode of trealmonl, on I ho 
contrary they will derive Immediate bcDcQt nml comfort 

DR.SOHLOSSERbssthe tail 9 rue II on of loylnfi beforo 
the public i»t hla conditio* rooms, as direct proofs of 
tbo oitmoidlnaty ajtla.'oction which his style or beat: 
meat hasproduied, d-vornl tbou-aod testimonial from somo 
of the most eminent citliens ot tbo United Sitalfs and Can- 
ada. Among these. Dr. SchloBSCT tabes tbo liberty of call" 
ln«the»tlentlou of the public to the following — 



AOTERICAia TESTIMONIALS. 



IFrom H[n. W.T. VAN FANDT, Providence, R.I.I 
Dr. Kcblossor has tod >y operated uion a very painful 

Coru of mln.. wnti perl'L'Ct su -.i'*s£— rellcrlni; all pain ond 

reisn.-vu.ii ll«" li.... 1 1 Dufl'cring. 

CHA3. O. VAii ZAHDT. 

[[t-rom Hon. Win. F. PliilHps, Alobima.] 
Dr. Eoblossor bai operated on the feet of t 

faniUy very si-tlflluciorily, ^ud without, ^vli-j; uu 
WAT. F. PH. 






[Hou.U. A. Cat Geld, Prest. Elram Oollege, Ohio.) 

I dobcreby cerll y tliat Dr. Sclilossor ha? removed for 

me.flvo very pilmul <'..rn!-, cf long iiandinc without nny 

luiii iv li.it.-vt r, and with every proipecl "f n l.'.'nriarii'Ut 

cuio. J. A. GARFIELD' 

[Dr. W. P. Mortogh, rr«t. Fotdam Onucge, N. Y.J 

Dr.Scblo*:er has i^xliacltd for rae a number of Corns 
WiiLi'iil Kivir.i.:llie b -is'l pain. , 

W. J. MORROGH. D. D. 

[Rev. Cbn^W. Quick, Plttaburgb.] 

The operations of Dr. ScLb.s*er j-c un.it lendvd with polo 

and rcuiovclli'- ('.■rtjsi>lf.-ctUjHy. He removed or vera! for 

me lowy entire eatlBf..cUoa. CHAK.W. QUICK. 

[Wm. R!ce, formerly proptletc-rof the PennsylVnnUD.] 

Dr. SchlofSr-r bai ejtracted twb Corns frem my 10° 

which wcre.eit'i ni'lv [I'lintul for maoyyuirs. The ollri" 

iitdliijrv calf with which tic- oterji-'- i> r..-tiiarka(ili-, and 

Ich>eriiiHviec.riiu.i;iirl nlm tj all who are troubled witu 

Corns, as Uio onlj ;.er;On 1 liave ever known to perioral 

the operation »clca.tffle«lly jud without pain. 

WM. RIOE. 

[J.Tv*J Gray, editor Plalndealer, Cleveland, O,] 

Dr. Schlojae: iian c-itrncted seven troublHomefJerns for 

me wilhum pnla i,nd with every prcepect of a permanent 

"cure, 1 can ci.cc-ii-.il I v r l ..onjiiiti;d lniu t . ilu- public pat- 

ronage. I , 



fJ. B.CnrrlflgK 



DrlSchlOfficr has 

lion to mysrilf. I \ 
evtryludy who is I 



J, W. URAY. 

i, Ed. N. H. Journal and Courier.] 



J. B.CARRINGI'ON. 



ixtrMt^d elcht painful Corns from my 
rt din. and with the erealest sullfac- 
Qcommead him to 



sated ti 



[Dr. Eeuiy A. DuKols, New Haven. J 

Dr. Sehlodsor has rcniot cd for m'- several Corns without 

pain, and I rec.t.i:i,..ua li.tu iii.-.-t ...-.',u. colli- to tboso who 

sjoblmliarly afflicted. HENRY A. DoBJIS, M. D. 

1 [Piof. D. Gilbert, Philadelphia.] 



and nUlfeC 



D. GlLllKK'l'. 
[Gen. R. Patterson, Philadelphia.] 
Dr. _cblo*;er has opcrutcd on Ihn feet of one of my family 
and aid It very well, R. PaT lEItBON. 

[Gin. R.C. Tilghmin.Ud] 
my satltf actio: 
[Robert Farits, Collector U. S. Cusloms, Cleveland, O.) 
Dr. Schl"i-tTh:i_ removed several Corns from feet which 
have LereK.ic.r- civm me inu-ti pain. The Doctor ck- 
trarted tiicui wltheut tbe kait palo, und tqj mv entlr a s_lle- 
faction. ROUERT PARKS. 



Dr. SOHLOSSERbOji-lewB .to state that be Is in pot- 
session of nuiccrous io.tltnoi.ial- from some of tho moat 
dlsUnauiehed members of the royal fnmilles of Europe, nil. 1 
nunberl-'s onus irom Staltiimn, Diplorn-tlsls. Jtc, die., 
which It will be unnecessary here to recapitulate. Alse, 
frcm ladles reiiditiR both in ibis country' and in Europe, 
which he nectfsarlly refrains from publishing. 



a ojvau zTiJVB itoo.ns •, 
TREMONT H;OtJSE f 

PARLOR 37* dec. 

$g~ Otfice Hours from 10 A. M. (ill 5 P. 



N.B.— No professional connection with anyone. His 
method Is dlffeifnt from those persons who PRETEND to 
cure Conns by cutting and plastering; these give only a 
short relief, BDTHOT A PERMANENT GORE. 



Oulj for a Few Days in Chicago. 



...Jtends WOIK-BOXE3 

...McndsXYlJORAI'mowoiili... 

...Mends YAI )-STK'K8 

...MendsZEI' IYR WOOD- WORK... 



i.... Mends Su; IS 

».... Mends PI CHERS 

i..,..McndsA' :ORDCONS.... 

^....UcndsL^TEjf.SEAl-rN'l _■;•-. 

\.. fiend's fMAOBs" .".T.".'.'.. "".'.'.!.*.'.?.. 

*..,. Mends NEtV DKEAKAOES : 

J....MendsGTJI-STO')KS 

j..,. Mends WCIOOHlOOKS 

'....Mends FAIASOLS 

S.-.-MendaRUjES 

E....MendsEL:CTRlCADMACIIlWI..^i.. 

?.... Mends l'A'ERUANGINUa 

i,.....MondsARa-OHAIRS..... 

it.... Mends RICKETY FURNITURE 

S....McndsERiSER HANDLES 

0.„.sienda DESKS .....:... 

J....Mend3GL0QES 

1^.... Mends LOOSENED LEAVES 

U... . Mends DPaOL'KD FURNITURE... . 

E.... Mends EGG-BEATERS 

Mend;ACTRN-WORK 

HendsCHESS-BOARDS 

McndsFIUDDES 

......Mendu SHELL-WORK .', 

Mends FILLET-WORK 

Mends HOBBY-HOHSEii.-..;; 

Mends KALEIdOsi.'i.il'ES 

Mends MONEY-BOXES., 

Mends PICTURE FRAMES 

Mends SECRETARIES 

Mends YE.YEERING 

......MendsSOaOOL FURNITURE 

Mends PAHER-M ACHE 

Mends WARDROBES 

MendsFAKIAN MARULE.... 

Munda CRIBS 

Meads KAilY-JUMPERS 

Meada IVORY-WORK 

Mends MATCH SAFES 

Mends PICTURES. 

....Mtnds QUILL- WHEELS 

....Mends TOWEL- RACKS 

.. ■ . Menda WASH-STANDS 

....Mcuds BEDSTEADS '. 

....Mends DRUMS.. ..L ; 

....Mends CHESSMEN ' 

....Mends BALLOT-BO.\ ES : 

.... Mends UEP.BARIUliS....', 

....Mends BACKGAMMON-BOARDS 

....Mends BAND-BOX FS ;;:..; 

....Mends BLACKBOARDS 

....Menus BASS-VIOL; 

....Mends BILLIARDTAELiiS 

....Mends BILLIARD-CUES 

....Mends BIRD-OAGES 

....Mendi BROOMSTICKS 

....Mends BOOK-CASES 

.... Menda BOOT-CIUMS 

....Mends BRUSH HANDLES 

....Mends BRUSHES 

.... Mends CADlHETSj ■, 

r;V.H(md8pHintPBi\J..^ 

....Mends CLOCK CASES 

....MendB CRUTCHES i 

.... Mends CUPBCARDS 

....Mends CURTAINS 

....Mends CASINGS 

....Mend? CADDIES 

....Mends CAMILRAS 

....Mends CHAIRS 

....Mends CHARTS 

....Mends CLOTHES FRAMES 

....Menda CARD-CASES 

....Menda CHESTS 

....Mends DIARIES 

.... Mends "WORK-STANDS 

....Mends DUAUQUT-IHJAKDS ......... 



KAHaASTailBXTOST. 

JOHN UcjllOME, 

Late o i I'ric.-, Home A (.:.->„ BruDJiwlcsv Missouri. 
B. M, HEEKMANs, IM< •>( Kbu^m City, Missouri. 
nsrmxngxs: 

AbF.n A- Mr'.n-.-rel'ow. it, [,•--„, . ,1 . S. Cbic'i A Co^ Km^s 
CUy ; N'.illir..;, i.- ('u„ lltinbtrj, Kansas CI tv ; CLarki t, 
• Co., ft. Loulo, 



:arn'ey, Wustpoit, Mo.; Wm. L-Emlnei 

!■■ : ■-■•■■:. ■:- II: . ;i» C ., ''... 4 ■', 

CPAFFURD, STEWART & CO., 

KJ produ«'K -'i'Mmi.--'ki>' v.iii:cn&NTs, 
Personal all-iiiinrifivni t . tuli.^ of Omlu, riour, Provl- 

^s.sr^«;s un as.Si9^ffi«#6ijNtet,4aA'iW5,! ,r iW , - , B. , i t t r. 

He street, Chicago. [feio 'GO lyl 

- STTWAST r. r. W, ELLIS, 



PHILLIPS, BROTHER & CO., 
' GENERAL 

COHiniK9SION iiierchants, 

1SS SouTn Wateb STttJtET, Obioaoo 181 

THoa.e. rnir,Lti.n...Hii. n. ni[LLivii..a, p. van vt^ocnim 

Miir,!!.- 1; in 1 . 1 1 .. jcli 11 ..; ,1 . K. !■!■ j ic f_ . Bankers 
(jil. : .i,ur., I . .'«, ■ i,... ■ ,t- 1 i . .-f oqj. i.,,,, 

Ill.jC. ll'ii.t ./•■ ■ ■■■■_:■ I :■ 1 i .,!.!-. HottS 



ll.i.l:.- 






nils, slo.: Carrliifit.pii &■ Prestuu, Oswego. N. Y.; a] 
at, liulalo, K, V .; D. & A. Dowa & Co., New York. 



Da Mends Dl VaNS -■'.;. 60 

1 Mends DICE BOXES 81 

82 Mends DOORS 62 

63 Mends DOMINOES S3 

St Mends FIREBOARDS ST 

gf Mends FLUTES SS 

S». Mend* BALLUSTERS S6 

M Mends GLASSWARE 67 

8 Mends HANDLES BS 

g Mends GUTTAPERCHA- WARE 89 

Mendi KITES 90 

1 Mends TOPS 91 

n Mends ORGANS 92 

93 Mends MODELS 93 

94 Mends SEWING- MACHINE STANDS 9* 

9S Mends PAN ELS.... 96 

OS Menda PASTEBOARD-WORK 96 

9T Mends PATTERNS 97 

98 ,Mend« SIDEBOARDS 98 

99 Mends WOODEN-WARE 99 

100 Mends WILLOW-WARE 108 



SPALDINGS PREPARED GLUE I 

USEFUL INSEVERY HOUSE. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold i-j StatlonerH. 

CPiLDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Draee'»'»» 

SPALDIKG'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by GrocerB. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Hardware Stores. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by jHoiiBe-FurnUblng Stores. 

SPALDIXG'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Fancy Goods Dealers. 

SPALDING'S PREPATtED GLUE. 
Sold by Conntry Merchant's Generally, 

Manufactured by 

HENRY C. SPALDING 4: CO., 

"No- « ClJlIar n'roeti H6W Yorfc. 
Address PostOfDce BoxNo.S.rlOO. 

Put up In cases containing either Four, Eight, or Twelvo 
DoLencadi- A beauLilnl LtiuOOIIapiuo hiiow-(. abtj ao- 
I— finylnc eacli pactago. Uoai-aaomajiltem 



BEDFORD, MEREDITH 4 CO., 
CmwdInOou ilerthunl5.N0. 219 South Water Urett, 

Chit. 1^0. -A\< tin-ir . .v.lr...-.- ;itt.-[, !:...-, if, n,(! pu.chue nnd 
Side or Flotir.iir.iiii nt.d :li: kinds of Produce, Stuct, Ac 
LitieruliiiIvuiiL'e.sinnde on consign nioi.ti, At'-iil' I. -r Kl n 
Dried Corn Mwil . Refer to E. 1. Tinkhnni A On 
Chicago, Ellis. McAl|iln J: Co.. CinclnnflU. lalT-lv 



^""uckcr, Kaudolpli & Carter, 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
JVo. 3 JLoa„ii0 Jlulldtiig-j 

Cor. C lark and South Writer street. Chicago. Give tho 
ripr^onttl ncd exclusive nttent ion to the Uoirunlsjion busl 
nets. fel'CMy 

Me: u.Toi-snn. cimb. han-oolfh b\u'l r. oabteb. 



MILL FURN1SHLNG GENERALLY. 

Plans, SveclOcallonB nnd E't'initte? ^rnltl.cd when da- 

iired, Kid it,r ■ r/.ijJtnitliiiu ■ i" slearn and Wiler 

M!U couttacled for entire, 

BTEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, AC. 



oouldlcvlle ice stienUon of purclivoralo their ittp»ilrr 
perils of style, workitan^hlp ami rmwers ; ;i!eo, tli-'lr very 
low nrleea. The followltie if s list of prlc? of Kd^Imb 
"" topct tar with Hc.'.cr ,W»ut and Steam Plpej, 



... 676 'il . 
... 7J5 ttO 

... eoo S3 



WELLKR, MUDD & MEi.LEN, 
EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
184 - ■'■■ Water Slrtet, tMeagroy Illinois, 

:Ladl: 
Shipments to our frieuil j_E«5t i 



WEBSTER & BAXTER, 
PHODVCB AND COXHISSIOy *SERCITA&'T$, 

©dee 197 Klnzle Street. 

Weglvoocit ptr-ii.iinl utti-iitl.-.o to tlte purchase oad sula 
o( L.i! i lud i ol proi ice 1b 11 la market. 

Cm, W ei^tbtc, |l;rM 1-l'ill-iiTiil D. F. Burin. 



CHACKFORD & HOW, 

O I'ltODUCE COMlIISaiON MERCHANTS, 

No. 3 New Board of Trade Rooms, Chicago, Ul. 

Give eiclrvsWe Bttentlon to the Icrriticmte bu^itiesa c 

OO^IillSSIOM otfiROHANTS ; buying and selling fc 

OtllLT putties OtTLT. 

Will nuke liberal advat 
Shipment East. 



3 property Inst 
[i.u*S-u4SS-lyj- ot 



TTNDEliWOOD & CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
152 Soaib. ^Vater Strooti 

HhM-68 CinCAGO. 



O 



KDERS EXBCDTED WITH 

JJlaPATCH. 

Slcju.tnii, Gricriy & Co., 



horae power 

'I 676 i 4si.» . .:"".".", 'i;r.(HJ 

. I ,'.76 
. J.'*U 

io iiuv l-m "- " ........ -.1200 

ftudlnllke proportion for liriicrelics is regulred. 
Escry Engine is famished with 
Juiluou'a Patent Governor Valve, 
For Flours Mill we confidently recommend Ibcoi sa nnpe> 
rlor t... jt-v .jlt.tr style ..f t"t ^i^e, iw.-j '. \ •■; »i . 

Stivo from 25 to 50 per cent, in Fuel 

ovcrthe usual c!a»s of bolleraln ueelntfcc Weft. Weihbll 

*■•!•;. ■,-, !■■ .;' n.'.T.t of (!■■ ''.■-•" it ■.; i .' ' ■" 

whetrther may beeiamincd nnd ibe nec-.= ary Inform at Ion 
Obtained rejnudliLEtheoji. Cempcteut men will, If de-ired, 
bufiitnUli, ■li.-. ■■. l iip:.nd etarl Euftlncsln any pitrlol the 
country. We alto supply 
WATER WHEELS. SHAFTING, GEARING, 4c, 
At very low prlcer. 

T. VF. BAXTER & CO., 

MlllFurnlahlnjf Depot, Wait Water street, bnlween R*n 

liolph and UadUos, GJiieaKO. 

iW-PostOfflc.. r.ddress BoiSTi. oc6 '69 lr 



pRINCE 

imperial Champagne, 

FROIfl DE VENOGG Ac CO. 

EPERNA'S', FRANCE. 

Sold by all EtspeclabU Dtalsrt throughout tte 
Country. 

Tills Bne brand ol CHAMPAGNE, which linll] the part 
year was confined ciclusWely to the beat ,111,11 lea ot Ihe 
L'ontlnent o( Europe, has now obtained UiecnoMt unlieunded 
success and popularity In thl? coiuilry. It la recoio mended 
by some or the DM Physlclaus or tbo clly of New York, 
overall otber wines, on account ot Its eslreme purity und 
delicacy, and those who once try It rarely use any other 
brand. Although only one year ha* elapsed since Its In- 
trodoctlon Into this country, the demand Is enormous and 
constantly Increasing. Our arrangements arc eiich as to cn> 
sure the quality of the Wine be! a* maintained at Ha pre- 
sent high standard. The Prince Imperial Is 1 spurted sola-. 
ly by us. we being the sule. Areola of. ilr.-sr.i. Da Vskoos 
4 Co., In this country. 

E. V. UADQBWOUT A CO., 
mhl7-ti881-8m Nos. JSJ. 4W i in lircadway, N.T. 



CHICAGO LINE 

1860. 



IS 

DACOTAH, MAY FLOWER, 

.GALENA, KEPTUNE. 

MEN DOT A, MOUNT VERNON, 

WENONA, riA'MOUTU, 

MISSOURI: MOHAWK, 

CHICAGO, TO NA WANDA, 

CUYAHOGA, FUEE STATE, 

Running In connrclloii at Uutr.-vlo with the 

l>ew Torli Ooatral Railroad, 

SPATJLDINO'3 BXPRBS3, PKOPLE'S LINE Er- 

Pl'.iSf, WE.-TliltM r:XniJ-.-b.and Uio 
Y. I ■:■! . i li •'■ ill' ]>'■' tut. .ill > Loiup'j '• 



DOLE'S BULLDINQ, 
R. W. Cos, Ocabi aht> So. WateR^Sts , CntcAOo, Iija. growing reputation 
i......v i. -..J* It/tOitEJtS, 

TEA. lOFtEEAAU COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

^T'Caslt advances and returns promptly made. _^> 
- R Eve iu:-.cee— Cunt. Mfivlh:.", YleePraaldetit iUlnoU 
Cintriii 1..K., ( V-l.-i H.,K.OL..:iCi..„ Chicaeo. 111.; E. 
I.Tiuki.ani .V Co.. Chleaj;'!, Ul.; lorrcit, itrothora 4 Co^ 

i. rVaii-roHiPiiio i!i.";6z.<- — J. L. PliippsJc Co., NewTork. 

iui.n.iM-1 



t, Dhlman & Co., Liverpool, England. 



w 



ATSON V. COB & CO., 



Forthe purehraeand SaJeof 

PORK, FLOUR GRAIN AND STOCK, 

No. 510^ buiitii Water street, Chicago. 

WATMH T.OOB...L TTU. H. BIOS, .fi.ti, CaOEaWOOD. 



WE ARE PREPARED TO 
M A KB 
Ceeb AdvaBCaa or. 6ra!r, 
Forshlpmeni East, (jivli.g the owner the privilege of Ball- 
ing In Jiuffulo urNewYorlrfortlr — 

JeM r.77 



SAWYER, WALLACE & CO., 
COMMISSION MBRCBAKTS, 
Nsw Tone; 
TJNDKKWtnU' «t CO., CnioAOO, 
mhaa'M-ly Agents lorlhe Northv^est. 



c 



^-'HAMBERLAIjN & SEYMOUR, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

IK'&MEKCUINDISG, 

- r-* ■ . ■ .^Jiioatli Wa- 

eiennier.t!rr. V.i ; insEntiis, H.IV.^etuoitb. [delfl-'oB 



ALLEN VANE & CO., 
COiSitlSSIQX MERCHANTS, 
Fori he sale of Fl'-ir, U.-.'.ii!, 1'.-..:", T-.r,:, H-im.-. L:,rd, Bul- 
t , r (_-i,„ = ..,S(..|;,, Dri.d fruit-, .VC. ICS So.ith Watur-tt., 
ChlciEO. A^cuis for Hamburgh ana Western Reserve 

0oee6p - , .. -A. , 

[au! 6 aIS3-y]. 



ALBERT MOUSE & CO., 
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCBAITTS, 
No. 186 South Water street, Al ten's Building, Chicago, 111. 
BaeJaeascoDlIncditrictly to Commissions. HvW ly-dHOJ 



w 



UKRY NELSON, 

1 •[.„<■ , ■■ i ■..;!.., >■ ' -" ■■ -■■■-(. Morrhant, 

No. 514 South Water street. 
(Afientforliif Fulvm >' ■■■->■ Works U-w«-,;o Co., N.T.) 
LlbcRil cash r ■' -■— 

05WIVU "tN 

prlvilH-tott 



n I'lour and Gra 
ihermarltciforoQec 



le = =r,'i'p n p 



pBKSH SHAD, 



>^?$& 



Mi-Mbut, Uaddocfe, «odjfls»j, 

EELS, BMICLTS. te. L.B. MrATT A C9., 



100,000„ 



HAM SACKS— 

' For sale by 

HAWKINS i CIIAPHIAH, ^eents, 

Fur CHASE & FAT, Boston. 

Letters D, B, F. G a.,d H, holding Hams welghloft from 

*'f?loth oT'\elfow U and Orango Tints, neatly printed to 

•pl-'fiO-ly 



EG. HALL, KIMBARK & CO., 
a Importers and Dealers In 

IRON, NAILS, STEIi/L 

AND HEAVT HARDWARE. 



•roll No. iw a 



TALLOW AND CANDLES.— 

I "No I Meam and Keltic rerLilcred Tiillow constantly 
errand. Also a larte slock of Superior Tallow candles. 
WouldsolWtacallfrombuyers.F.aBoa^^^ 

TI Klndo-st an ComerBtate-atand ArcAer Ko*d. 
kS-HWl* 



S OYER'S SULTANA SAUCE, 
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all kluda. This most de- 
licious and appetising sauce, invented by the renowned 
" Soyer," for the Loudon Reform Uliib.te.nlncehb decease- 
manufactured by the well known Louse of Crossed! Blaek- 
welJ, London, from the original recipe. It Is the favorite 
England, and on the Continent, with :. high and 
.ii American Epicures, and Is mach 
ipprovedofnasBtlmulentU tho nppetll^nuil to dlgcslloa, 
OPINIONS OF THE LONDON l'RESS. 
"Werecaramrjci o'ir KOriiapoiidenl to try Mobs. Soyer'i 
new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana Sauce." It Is made after 
the Turkish recipe; Its Bayer Is excellent, and It nffordscon- 
ilderabls aid In cases Of slow and weak digestion,"— {.The 

" Savory, jhquait ana Splcy.worthy tiie itenlns of Hoyer. 
— [Observer. 

" A moat valuable adjunct to Flch. F\ai\i, and Fowl, and 
Should Lave n place ono very table^AUaa. . , , . 

Sola Agtnls for the United, gtates, 

GARDNER Q.yVELlN.anl'altuii St., Hew Tori, 
and BRAT A HAYEa, 8-1 Oornhllj, Boston. For sale by 
Oraccrsand Fruit Dealers everywhere. . lallMlS-tfm 



CUcetaurt, J'tlfbursrh S Wh&ltng- It. /I. 

The Steamers of this Line, forslr*. atrengtb, *perd and 
aceommoiin<luTis lor |«asfiTiK> r', arc tar superior to Uioae of 
ftuy other line. 

with these unequalled facilities, the Line la prepared to 

contract to transport pr-pi'tiv from rt. !,-.,,-!, nml Pons en 
We*IS ■ :■ 1 I...'. Ml (..■., ' < ,. i.I.uliI :.ml l.utialo, 

;::..,' ,.'..: '.■.'■ ' ■''■'.'..•.""S/iK'S 

Mi., i . ■' ■ i" .- H h ihft, B iclne.MU- 

wack.o l',r. W:i.0iii-.,-(i-u. 'I. 1. iwi'i , mi M:\nltOWOC. 

UB4 II1IOM) Ac CO., 

Offlse No. 1 Clark atreel, Cor, So. Water, CElcaao, DJ. 
J. J. TALMADGE. Milwaukee, Wis. 
H. C. MoDOWELL, Special Agent, Cleveland, Ohio. 
WILLIAM STFWftUT. A gait Cleveland and Pittsburgh 

KaUrosd.PltL-hurjih, I'*. 
JOIIN H. MORE, Aicnt New York Central Railroad, No. 
239 Headway, New Yorfc. 
»G, A«e1 
Droadwi 

WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMP-'tjOFFIOiWi 
No. 1 Cocntles' Slip. ( ».„„ Yn .j. 

No. 9 Aator Housal llrondway.i Isew lolK - 
JAMES SMITH, Ko.69 WnshluBU>n-al.,Bo8lcn, Masa, 
J. A. WILDER, No. 78 .. H 

8IIUL.DON PEASE, 

MANAGING AGENT 
Bp2UclS0-iii Oillto fool of MIchlt;»n Sircot, buffalo. 



S' I lull. It.-' ' , '■.;' 1 ■■" n..rrtVHMi; 

HenioliiK T.iiii.;l'lar:...-i' ■■■., II]!.,,-..; W. II 11. Iw.ntz, 
Alton, llf., or to Freight Afjenta of Kuiltoaoj atdlflerent 
polntaln the West. 

Xlac Greatest FacllUIcs offered for tb« 

proieitlon bnti Speed] Trans* 

norlalloD ofLIVEVfOCK. 

•,-ulgoodaccgrnmo'la'ioriiwitii usual p;rVt!e,ie3 forpet 

■"""'•■•"'"""'"""iUEIGHTS. 

BWildiore t. i ".'.1 from niiy point oi: tlie r.-illroa/ls of Ohio, 
Eentnoky. Indlanl, Jlllnols, Wisconsin, Iowa, or Mlasonrt, 
by Railroad dire t 

The Pennsylvania RaL'road ats? connecls a- Plt'jtorgh 
, v .v.. nL .'h yotvH ran he forwarded to any 

EartotilheOhK MuiV-|v,purn Keutuc-'-v, T-rmt >-••', f.u»- 
.rland, nlli.ol.. Mli-n^lui-l. WiKdn in, Mi ,ourl. hansas, 
Arkanvisniid Red Rivera ; nnd at Cleveland, Sanduiby and 
Chicago with Stenmcrsto ah Porta on the Nortbwcswni 

Merchants and Shippers cntrusilnglhe trnn.'portallon of 
their Fn^lKlitioUibCumpmy, can rely wlUi cODfldencfl on 

^Ttterjile'^fVr'ci^Lt t-. ami from any point In the Weal 

bv tii.' l-'.-iiti.iK'-'i i ■ I'.i.'.r. :id, .;. M a'l Urcee as favorablo 

■»aTecliar(ie<ltiy<'ttier p.. R. ■■ompanles. „ „ _ 

rjy-iu partleulai toin-i::-. j.....:. i ca"yuPssnta.B B. 

E. J. 8NEEDEB PI 

jiaokaW Jc KOOtiS, en North rt:ed. Baltimore. 
LEEull i CO, No.2A»tor Ilou-e, or iNo.l S. 1Vd.1I, 

New York. 
LEkrl! V CO.. No. 77 State street. Borton. 

H II ]IllUSHi.N,i;..:i'lli.i.-l ! A..-' n.-..i!>!pu.I*. 
L.L.lIOUPT.Gen'ri!o::,l A^'t i'LlUJ^lpLL.. 
THOS A Jr-COTT, Gcn'l Sup't, Alt ■■tia, l'n. JaT-60-ly 



BUFFALO & LAKE HURON 
RATI. WAY. Shortest and best roulo to Buffalo an 1 

""SffSl^MtftUwO at a:W P.m.. Detroit at 8:50: % ,. 
rlv.-..t Hulfiloi.t t-iori.ni., N-.-w Y-Kl- ;.nii;if. :i,ri>. ti-i i. 

"I S W.....II.'- -will. N. Y. Central A liuUalo £ 
iJV & Kr.xri.ii.:. t-l.m F^-U Tlel-l:. vL. tlnr. r,.:,d can 
D«oWned at the Union Depot. R.S.CARTER, 

fojfutlly den I. Manager. 



HE NOKT1IEKN TRANSPOR- 
TATION CUUlViNY. 



T 

iLriiteri I860 



t, will ■ 



ilhcirw 



Will, idurln,-lhe pre; 
sad popular line ol 

I lUSf CLASS :-f lii-iU STEAAfEOS, 

roijularly between 
OcdcDHbiircla, Cape Vlucent, Ohivoco* 

dud alio « eii ■(■ L.nueti, 

Fortnlne li dalle Undo C1.voI.li.iI, Sn.rnli.jliy, Toleda nod 



PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE 
AN!i CHICAGO RAILROAD. 

How co i plele.l andean;, run I. .i.l rhiraco to PltlbSOJtgh 
without i I- r iv ■■. ' ■ ui. tin.- r. 1 ii i i.i grcnl 

Phi!' nIVEVAKIA. OEiSTKJCL RAILROAD 
To Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore anil tYiiihltigttja 
Oily and aJUholnterlor towunof PcniinyU-auU, Now J«r 
aev K»w Y'crk, Maryland, Ac, 

Mt.Iu.. I *. by laktriK tLls route will Lave tho bonnol i 
fcillhe Eastern market at no od'lltlonaleost. 

Ba.vak'' cl.ttked through. 

Trulr:' Iravi] Hie .i.pot, cornorof Canal and Van Bnrea 
Btre.1% \V. Mi; fide, ns follows: 

40 A. M — Mornlnc Expreaa. dally (Sundays except W> j 

1.-16P. M.— Nlliiil Eipn-..s, i lull yi ^..tutcli.y.i excepted.) 

Conneclliii' ul L^vntl.i Hi. C) ■.-.-. I. i,d i.i .1 I ... ■ -L. r- 

RallrpaO to nunUlrk. I'o.ilalo, Mjuini r..ll.<. New York nnd 
Ui. -ton, aud nil IiiI.tUt I..a'.hm.I \i-vj IJ. .,:!:. ml. via New 
Y. rkO -liiucl New York im-l CiL; Knlitoiid:,. 

AIbo oontb to Columbua. Znncvllie. .N.-wurk, Monut 
Vernon, Kl-ulenvlLt, Wb.eUiicuii.l luierlorluwuluf OblO 

Thealiovp'traltiafinnnect at Forest wllh Iralrin On Mad 
HIVtrRuafltoSprlugrtel.l, Crt-.iiu. I >■■■> t-o ■n.ilCliuinnitl, 
AIbo -v ill. 'r., I ii.-..'. l.li.af - 1 invi-.n su..! Cinnliii.in! oiree* 
FARE AS LOW A> ANY (.HULK ROUTE 

IVatcnKcirn tiomii! K.isl vrlll iln.l tl.la route both pleasant 
aud n'jrec-i.t.le. pajslnp tliroU|;li many of ILo lainc-st nod 
fl„,.,t, Itk-n In the United States. 

Puu W arrUlngot Chicago, on any of the rofuls, will 
And iKi.i'ltvech(eW|.i!e.it.seul.* dtpoU. to i« — 

•pljjif c:ira act 
»,„ for iMloat nil (he prli 
WMl.miilut I he U..ii.ptii.y'Bilu],.. 
Dearliora (■— -*■ 






Oblcuso, ?ailii 



• f.n 



i x lutermedlnto 



ILN DRIED CORN MEAL, 

Fa! rlleld Mills.— OOObblsoflhlscelebrated brand It) 

ator''E,Ld tor oaleby 

BEDFORD UEREDITB 4-CQ., 



K^ 



Conneetlnrwlthtl.e KeJIf.i. b«Wflen OGOENSllURa 

J .„ ! .. - i . ,. . , i ,,»r me, Nashua. MnnohraUir 

C,,....-!, V\' i ■ *■ r 1- '.l.'.iiri;. Kir. -i.e. Uellowa 1'W In, 
R.ltll.i.l I lilrl'li. ■'"'.. |.,il ..llmr llilerilicilliitu |Nj|lllB. 

AtCaire Viiicciil, with It... Wulertuwo and Runiu Rall- 

1 At' Oawego, with tli.i New Oswcjo Lino oT Qfty fltst cI.-ms 
eanul Imair-on ti.u .inlnr b '...! c.iiinl. luiwcct, Oswego, Troy, 
Albany and New York. 

(St - Through Frclcht euhject to but ono trariahlpmertt. 



\y. ••:•-." nnd ( i-ii'^.n'i"'. 

J, MYERS, No. m Uroii.hv.iy. New York. 

7, s sr U'l I> lMi, ;>o. ,i c, . ntic;. -[,,,. N,i-,t York, 

JuilN lllH'KI> ., -■, ..Mat. -Mtc-I, LSobhon, 

A. CUSHM a : itttau sireef. r.oalon- 

O. I.. TIK-'UI ■'■ I, l ■ ircr, Ugilenshurgil.. 
(i'.Hlili. ■' \ I.' ' l: ' „!■ tiilmiKb, 
Ot:iiWlK A. fc.l»l>Y.O*wi'KO, 
CRAWM'IH ,V IKi\ l-.Y, i "-.siVcko. 

I'liLTlIN" .' Ill:|.'.i;ii.( i...cl I. 

TT 'I'. W i I i.l.i;, Toledo. 
E. li. MA rKLif.-. HM...lr. 

O, J- HALE. Mllw :i:v. 

afcllENKY ft HA RK Kit, Kaolne. 
FIFE i MH UAEL, St.Loul!'. 

*!.Yi'lilI.»t Ac CO., A£CUt«. 



&T 



9p.n0 LBS - GXJM DR( ' ps » 

6J*j\_J V / nndafresh andlat'caaoilmetto: New 



York Confectionery. 



J. W DOANE .ICO.- 73 Den 



L(rAA BXS. LAYER & M. R. 
[J V-/ \J RAISINS, new crop. 



[.iiLiiuin-. 
200 q. ' 
Allow Bi 



J. W. DOANE ft CO. 



1 (\( \Ci LBS - FIGS, new crop, 

i«V-/V_/V-/ InfancyboieB aeddruma, iust ar- 



. DOANE te OO. 



lOO 

Blackand OrcenT 



CHESTS BLACK AND 

GREEN TEA, all prices. IS half Chests 



J. W. DOANE 4 CO., 76 Dear 



OAA He' ChentsTEA, assorted qual- 



1 AA Hhds. N. O. SUGARS, Com- 

1 Vfl/ men to choice, in >iot. nod forsalo by 

i'ARao^^. 111 Ki i% H MAMiEY. 



i. .-.ujtti w.ite: street 



1 K A Rijis- PLANTATION, POR- 

XeJU TO lU'^iar.dS.lI.MOl.ASNfcr-.forsaloby 



100 



Bbls. NEW YORK SYKUP 

forsaleby 



QAA Baas EIO an 



a JAJIAICA 



100 



Pockets O. 6. JAVA COF- 

EE, for salt 
PARSON: 



500 



HHDS. N. O. SUGAR now 

Undln. uid lor '»';■,„„„,,, ELT 4 no . 



300 



N. O. S. H. SYRUP in store, 

ud I« ul.. aEIK0LMi ELT 4 oo. 



b".M 



[i 



ARTFOKD FIRE INS. CO.- 

JANUARY 1. I860. 



Oaeh on hand and In Bank. W6\S38 11 

Cash it. I, ' . r a.-.'it ■, mid In toursoof trnne- 

Hilswl.jii 02,1190 69 

C:i*1i.:iii..Iiiii call ." BO.'KW tO 

|i|llrjrr..'i;i-..^lil... r.-.r 1...H1-, iin.ply necurcd "e.'iil '.'- 1 

KtrjlE-l.it... UE.in.oi.il-.er.'.l. ic.i'U, suliie) 16,000 (Kl 

"iinSL,.!. -1:..i.i. .-to. I. in l(.irll..rd, Mlt'l Val.. .Wi.lLVJ 00 
¥W » » Now York.?.. " " ..OTO/JMOO 

3B0 " " lloston " 

400 " " Kt. Loulu " 

340 '* " K.R.nnd other 

Slock " 

Hartford City Bonds. 8 per cents 

B'ate Bt«li, (Tenn., Ohio, Michigan. Mlsoourl.) 

30 S&aiel Btate Bank Wisconsin „ 



Inonrance agalnet Ions or i 
fnmJlure, stores, warehnuscs, 
tories, and rnont other kliulu of property, 
this company upon in fuvorahle I 

rioka amfaecurlty of policy boldi 

HDNT 4UI«(-„„ 

No. 1 Loomls' 
fcl7oC3StJorr)0 B. W. Cor. South Wall 



J. J. Houbtos, Oeii'i Freight At-'t, 

CHICAGO & ROCK ISLAND 

V7 RAILROAD -LINE,— I'asuenKerTralDB deport fXw 
■sd arrive at Ohleaeuas follows: 

Day Esptesaand Mall leaves at v:ln nm. and arrives at 
d:lft ptn. IMi ' ' 

NlKhtE.i 



loavas nt ».IS pm., (Saturdays excaptcd)) 

tllontlaTaeioepled.) 



W. L. St. .loos, Gen. Aecnl. 



I F. TKAOY, Uua. Slipt. 



IJACQiK AND MISSISSIPPI 

\.\j RAILROAD. 

OIIANGF. OF TI.IK.:, 

iin and after April 17th, 18G0, trains will run dully, Sua 
dayo' Oiceplcd, na rollows: 

GOINO WEST: 

i.., n ,. >..u.i n... v\ , .-i.\Kii'-"ik.-t- ii>-i'.ii ■' i-.win.ui. 

aOWp.m. Irel«i.r k,„i |.«»„.«,. r , nl urlfl 
itl(l:S0p.m. 



TjUToUIIdI 



rill. 



it;;i.ii 



— pl'l.ll' 

EtntrM I'vwri 

lr.iMt:lileaiti>ii .1 .Fun n-llln, *t- 
rlvlrijiutiiehiltni.l;:^!!.!..., F't.port iit;i:3.1n.m. 
QOJN'G EAST! 

Lcart Kn-i.Tii.tt, f:ipri..-.i I'.ifl-o, |- T i"...l l(l:Ma in., rieleltn'. 
■-■'■- ...._.. —...«.-. in. with tiuln 



(.•llt.lOiuit Vtf |.,in.,'-" ■ 

illlc jlarrlvliiK Ht ItaHM i 

Pflisenu'r Express, !■ ■ 

lhoWe.'ii..-orii. l ..'l enl G 
i forjiliic^vllluui.dri.i i 

11 A'l 1'. T 
Q. A.TUOMSON.Oeu'IAtar 



HKiiJliNS'iN. AKPnts, 

't'llullJlriit, 

lurlc-ati 



[^"'ForCoKtiveiiesR or Constipation, 

whtch p.radually hitaks down tho csnstllutlon, nnd lays tho 
foundation lor djspepsla ntd maty other disorders, 
"Brown's Laistlvo Troclict," or •atbartlo LoMDges, are 
psrt'cuUrly adapted, nsslitUig nature nnd Invigorating the 
process of dlxestlon. JoMwcod 



SUNDRIES — A full and seasonable 
eunplv ol Groceries, Wood Ware, Notions,. Ac., now 
ln-Store. WM. LIT ILK. A Co- 



IN 



E\V TEAS-- 300 Half Chests, 

Hew Crop of Tea*. 1ml received und for sale low 
.LI I ll,l' .VCil.. i«:s.,:it|, Wi.!er.lrwt. 



RAISINS— 500 Quarter, Half and 
Wholo Boies M. R. nod Layer Ilalslna, lust ar- 
rlvrd. WM LITTLK ft fT». IMBontb Watwatm.1. 



CITY SCRIP.— We buy City 
Seilo andadvln-' huldira ticoniull mbeloro aelllne 
elaeivher*. ORBBNBBAUM BjROTHMtS, 



Under Marine Banbt, cor. Lasalle and Lai 



MICHIGAN CENTRAL AND 
GREAT WESTttBH (OANAOA) RALLWAYB. 
KUMMii: ARRANGEMENT. 

Trains leave thu Gr<at Otitrnl Depot, foot of Lnk« street, 

Timn)- l/.il.tnlnc EipTOft, f^itnilarn axceptpil) anlve at 

Li..ir...t(i,4b|.iii -T«|---n i"ii Hr|.iL...|.;mn(.i, Albany 

a.Wlpin, B«W i* irk *J.'m pin, >' I,:lnpm, 

E.Moni— New York A Iltslon b ipre *, hio pi ^"lu^t^ay 
onlvo ti IXtroll -,■::.» :....,.. Mi i^.f,,,, bridge a 
Bdflalo 6;lo pm., Allnny 4;43 ntn., New York 
0HS nm'., Boi-ton l;Wi pro. 
7aoam— Cliieli.eiit! r.'iprf!— K'l^pi hurdiiy)lhrou|hto 

Clnclnnall In 10 I.ouim. 
8:00 mi fluieli null anil Lnulnvlllc Kipri'i i (eiecpl Ba 
duv 1 1 1 1 r- ii k-h 1 .j < 1 1 nol n n jt I It] 14 hours, Loul 
In 18 hours. 
S:C0 pm Train, rialunlav.ouly lo Mies. 

Bunilay Trains H pm. 
F:.tent siejpiiii'Cun aftllnlg i ttnlnn. 
ThoBiOO] nilnconnfelttt Parts >■, in. n.r n.irr.ilo nnd 

LaAc- lliii.il. Unilwiiy r'-ir lluffiiln nnd all j.-lril .<■,. t: lit To- 

ronlu wllh tliullrurnITr : Itiiiiv-av lo Klunlon, tlgdens- 

hurKh. ilontr. »l, (Ju-i.« aqil nil pqlfltB t., Uui&da Bust, 
Hortliern yvriiiniil. .N'W ll;.m;Liio und ilalno. 

HJ,-**.' 1, click. .1 11. rough, 

ThrSui ■;-, I itkelnforoareattheprlnelpsl Ball mad offlcea 
In tbo Korth rnd Wcdt, and at the Company'.! oWce, CI 
Dearborn alroct, Oblca a o. at the depot, foot of L .ke .trect. 
B. N. IllUr., JsuiitrlaU'naenl. 

H. J. Krjxnmo, General l'aasenKer Agent. JeU 



G 



ALENA & CHICAGO UNION 

RAILROAD. 

OoarflnfterMOiNI'AV. Aprii loth, ituj, trains will leaf • 

Wells Mr. -elilep- ■!. <'>•■■ -v ■'-,'■ . mllov/i', .Sund.yn excepted: 

»;<(> nm and «:lo pffl ftr Hlion, I'olo, Kullon, Ocdar 



J.:-..:-. 






100 

500 



Boxes PRIME CODFISH. 

J "' """" "" MoLM. ELT t OO. 

Bb!s. N. Y. CRUSHED, 



300 



Bbls. N. Y. SYRUP. 

REYNOLD8. ELTJt CO. 



100 



Bbls. SPICE, * 

REYNOLDS, ELY A CO. 



Y 



IRTLTE & CO., 55 Clark street, 

, offere'np , .o>rnciittovuUEKrnonf.rr.- ! peclabllltyind 

r.crsevc-rii. 'el" .jt-'-a'n ■.'iv .nlftrj for their Qr^t clajjftind- 
axel gprfcj. coy3l-ol 1-lw 

RS. BATES' AGENCY OF- 

KlOE FOR D0ME8TX0 SERVANTS, 
171 * • Waolilnelon Street, . . 171 

ii,.*«.«n V/rlULu.l La-ialia, (.'hlcalo. 

•nm lb' ofHc« without h nnnl.«t C«M 



YSTEUS ! OYSTERS ! OYS- 

TOd'— Fresh Baltimore Can, Ke/ and Shell Oyster* 
received daily and warr-mid ir-.iii, and ....ual to ajmlri 

SuKbr J- w - UOANE A CO.. 

nrSB) B°- 18 Dtaxlwrn strwl. 



'At V'ttam and 'J-? 1 ' l-tn fur Uelvldere, RookfotJ, Free. 
port, Warren. Uiiicna, Hunlcitti, Dubuque, Uvlolt, Janes- 
viiie' u.i.i int. rmedlal* places. 

4.0(1 pm for Eljln. BeMdere, Rockford, Freeport, Be- 
lult sod JaBUTllle. 

AtB^O pm tor Geneva, Eleln. and ititerrrcdute place?. 

I'liasem;. rs (or UeHeiny, Richmond, Uenovi Lak« and 
lotermcdrate points, will lake lh« 4:0(1 pm. train. 

tWair. r. Iliu csroot; rljihi trains. 

IB »ieepoj B ^.^ TALCOTT.General 3npt. 

H. H. PORTER Oen. Pawnrcr A^rot 1r7-ff 

IIICAGO & NORTHWESTN 

RALLWAT. 

Clinngo of Time to Norilniesl, 

Sn and after MONDAY. April gih. ualns on Chh aiiOUd 

Kerthnc ...:rn lis lwm"*H leave CnleagOns folloi 

Dayei 
nlnlilei 



., v ;iia.rn,-,afleriioot. nrfii lullot 

9, g.iOp.m. 

(j EG. L„ DUI4LAP. Sunorlatenrlaat. 



LARD OIL.- We keep constantly 
on bund BSOPPlf of N'o. 1 Winter Strained Oil, nnd 
nre prepared to fiirtil.h Halln .'1 r 'iii| anle ■, and the trade. 



'fcdlc^am 






,., B lijiW BUJplj' * la "" id fir" 1111 
and coil'es luuui&Qged. 

^ or BahWL Pork at New Or-.bans. — 
r Orleans there ^ero only lb.415 brls in 
Lotion of wmchoiues on the 1st. del, 
il o « a third the stock nt the cor. 
Bug .-Iflie last ye fir. 
Stat. Mauksts, June 1.— Tho Qaaitteot 

-,,. Tfc">g says : 

fort* ! \ ut improvement cstublislioil ilar be- 
in,. r t* l ' 5 Vd9.v in flour was lost to -day, the 
& Sol-iH iu g du!l •"- , * 8 -l?° f^juperHiiC. ud 
.v wen- only 6S9 Wis u£aiust 
*2,iSS brls export* rf. ,Whiskj remained at ISc 
Prime whett was firm wiib. a good demand at 
5 . ■ [V.i- i..| -.mil Sl.-iiy ;.i,35 for white. 

Com sU ids ond in fair request. Oats dull at 
41c, and iifi.es s are drooping. Holders of pro- 
Tisious continue liiui to day, but buyers ex- 
hibited lc=i disposition to operate, und but little 
inclination to follow tho ndt-nnce. The sales 
were confined to 110 hhds bacon ot Tic for 
shoulders aad 10c for sides; 50,000 Its bulk 
shoulders at file, loose; and 140 tcs and brls 
lard at 11 (5)1 H-". There wassome demand for 
mess pork at $17,75. but holders demanded §18. 
1 Stocks at Liverpool— At a lute meeting of 
■the Liverpool Mersey Docks and Harbor Hoard, 
the fact of the enormous stock of produce in 
Liverpool was alluded to. Mr. Forwood drew 
attention to the iasullicieut warehouse accom- 
modation for the cotton which was at present 
in the port, and which was expected to arrive, 
and asked if some measures could not be token 
to render the transit sheds of use for storage 
in such an emergency, The chairman, Mr. 
Turner, replied that tho stock of -all descrip- 
tions of produce at present in the port was 
enormous and unusual ; in foot, beyond all 
precedent. The cotton atone amounted to a 
million bales. Mr. Forwood said that the wont 
of warehouse room was seriously inconvenien- 
cing tbe trade, the price charged for ware- 
housing cotton being as high osld. lid, and 
Hid, per bale per week. 

Wbllaxd Canal. — The following is tbe busi- 
ness of the Wellnnd Canal for the week ending 
the26lhMay: Flour, 5.S41 brls; wheat, 42,373 
hu; corn, 173,860 bu ; salt, 11, %1 brls ; lumber, 
1,661,907 feet; timber, 3.9,000 feet; stares, 
l(i5,125i; shingles, 3161 buuehes; railroadiron, 
iion air! iron ore, i.E'Jlt tons; lime, 575 Ions ; 
coal, 391 tons; merchandise and sundries, 1,915 
teas; passengers, 67. 

Trape op St. Louts. — The St. Louis R*pu)li- 
can of yesterday, gives the receipts of leading 
articles, by rirer, since the 1st of January, com- 
pared with 1859, aa follows : 



Aril, 


To Dale. 
W7S 




Hale Rope, colla 


21,601 




















BuIUr, | kg- 




l,t»l 






6 8,-idl 








Flour, this 


67,030 


T0 6W 






36,009 




oVdO 


4 01 J 








Heiiij.,bi'ei 


2S,0S3 


■::,'.!. 














Hay. bale, 




1.1,14s 


Lead, pic? 














10,081 


H.OGsl 


Lard, kegs 


15,8.0 






1,934 




Nolsi-es, nols 








10, US 




Oat=, bushels , 






Port, bbls 












Foliioc,",buslielB 


18i,'Jtlt! 


'i-,:.o ; , 








Ulce, ptgai,,,.. 


ytn 

37,118 




Sugar, ti'ni. 




Sugar, Lbls 








4.6SI 


8.7SJ 








Salt,bbL= 


12.H67 






Leas 
















wneii, nusaeiB 


1,157,0=1 


871»,7;>i 










4B.SS0 


fB,US 



FtrrsiiDfiGn Floue and GriAixnlArtKETS— June 
1. — Flour— The transactions iu this article have 
been small, ana prices bate a dropping tenden- 
cy. We quote super at {5.80@5,40j extra 85 S5 
@5.9d; extra lauiilv $6, 6 12@6 20, fancy i6.'40 
@6.5t>, and white wheat do at $G 75. The sales 
from first brands Lave been limited. Grain — 
The week's sales, with the exception of corn 
and oats, have been very small. Corn is in good 
supply while the demand is limited, and the 
sales made have been at a decline from the quo- 
tations of our last. "We quote at 65@57c from 
wharf, and fiS@5')c from store. Oats are also 
dull and dtclmiD£. We quote from first hands 
at 3T@10c ; and trom store at 40@42c. In bur- 
ley Hero has been nothing done worthy of 
notice; prices are nominal a', 65@68c for spring 
s-nd 70@75c for fall. Rye is worth 90@U5cper 
bushel. 

New Tons Hide Mabket—- May 81. — The 
market ii quiet but firm, and we hare to notice 
sales of S00 California, 2S lbs. average at 2816, 
for upper, and 23 to. for Lower;4,0(tt) do. on pri- 
Tate terms ; and S00 New Orleans 19 lbs. at 17ic 
St. Lons Markets — May 80. — Receipts, by 
liver, 7,CS3 sks corn, 5,070 sks wheat; 3,589 
"bgs oats. Wheat— demaud very dull, bnt there 
is no chunge from yesterday's prices ; sales to- 
day 426 bags spring and club at 41.10 ; 108 bags 
club at $1.13; 100 bags choice. do at §1,15- 74 
do do at 51.16; 150 do fair fall atSl.28; COO boa 
prime fall at il 43, and 350 bags choice at $1.50. 
Cobs— Dull through unfavorable Southern quo- 
tations, although deliveries were light, and 
freights lower; sales SCO bags poor mixed at 
45c; some 2000 ba^s mixed and yellow at 50® 
53c; 2000 bags Northern mixed Yellow and 
mixed white 53@54c, delivered; 2500 bogs fair 
■white good to prime mixed white, and prime 
yellow ut 54@55c, mostly delivered ; 1-H10 l>ftir.s 
prime and clioic^ white irom 56 to CSc, and G7G 
hags choice white at 59 @Gqc, mostly delivered. 
jLOcn— in demand except in a limited way for 
orders- sales coin prise 05 bags country at #2. 60- 
250 bbls choice city super fin . at ?5.75 ; 100 bbla 
countrv do at §5.25; 50 bbls city single extra 
at 86.75; 50 bbls fancy brand ot J5,87*J 850 
■ba^s cboica city superline, in lots, $.290. Oats 
Holders firm at quotations, and demand inac- 
tive. Sale* include 712 bags light and common 
in lots, at 40c, pirt deliverd ; 2200 hundred bgs 
good and prime, inseconiMiond and new bays, 
at41@42c; 1060 bags private, and about 400 
bags strictly prime and cnoice ot 421@73c, in 
good and net? batre. Whiskey— Dull and drop- 
Jng. Sal^s to-dey include 147 bblB at lg^c, cur- 
rency; 56 bbls at same, 30 days; 100 bbls pri- 
vate; 150 bbls ntlSJ-c, terms not disclosed. 

Caops in- Caxada.— The Toronto OioOt of the 
31st, contains the following : 

We continue to receive from every section or 
the country reports of the favorable appear- 
ance of the crops, the weather for which during 
the past week has been all that could be de- 
aiMd. A great maDy fields of I'oU wheat, es- 





)i<-'* Mtlwaukct Olob Wh 












r,t t\AS\ 3500 White Kcni 








■rn oa rrivniu 
BMe. Cnrnls 


totmj. isfr't'U 


is - llatlBy ".ill «M ntas 



il goo husbtl* at 6S@EtQ forro li ,, (nixed W"'- 

cri. Hwlnk nl ill- lii'lcr ;r>. , ■ Ka- cm il^.. 

anil IOC. for Soir hi rn. '>.t, ,„ „, „„r..t.- .■-nuin.1 nl «*?> 
il^f fOT Wcjtcm, L'liniiiln anil SLitc, IncEudluK [Arceld 
„„'t .—and Hl.'S^-^K''- 

[■ hi ,vr-]..v--l''>rk iKm.T iUiil i.i. r, i,cHvi\ Palo f',300 
l.rl-ic *i:.-7gJi;.Mr.>t t.cwmes*, »lTJJc>17.<0 fvrolil do 
,.- ....,,.,, 1.1 T,»., 11 ■> wt.i»s>ji» j «- n . 1 j. -„.„,■ t.ci.f.;; 
.-,:..■ nirl. ..' }l I Y< rnciin'ry f.riliiu. *LwS.'i.l for 
country incu, fS.'OGSia.SO foi reoackcil incs?, »i l.i.'T.Ll-J ,'hj 
torixirami'-f, H vt iKUiisun'ut m fHQlS l.'t Slftte, anil 
*10<311i"or Wi-_it.ru. rrinu- mo:« I.n?f null nnl l.o-uliinl at 
l,'.,ll.\ <ui inrMi..l.ill. ^ili'l'« I'kkM at S<f'.9M fi.r luma 
m 7 1 , for vhoulit«n>. HiomiliUlriinl nrntnnl. LaM llrm. 
a.lcs .00 brls at IIKGHV. li.itttir iteaJy st H'<%17 for 
ilhlo. 11.31*1 for SlftU-. C)7«e«o al_o sttady at Ti^llJ fotlo- 
tcrU'r to {iilmc. 

Up.. .,.1 i,-. _r. ■!]■..-■ iLiltiv :..■' I ■..■ :.' r.-. -.■'.,.., ;irVn s |, 
3&t0li:i(.J hl.iKHra t<. th.i '[ ni.t. . :im! *» li.iy3.lMiiriloi fm 
private loruiS. t-npir ImldfiM fitlJI li.;^M»p*orj (lie !:ilo 
e it n.ii,o price, tiLicn i.u.. r- „r.- . I ul i,..p to Mil.ti.lt to, 
.!,* 11 irki-i. Is, 1 i'" - ■ ' ■ ' ■ < . . ■. r 1 l.i- it..y i-ji ly 

(oW up lOOulinaCu.a. within .he t. ■ , i Clf@7X< Mo- 
la-MitWa^i j ia-i hods Porto l.i . .' -. 

Sli- KB. — MilL-Hl" VIP .-" I l'-l W ll.i.i t Hl!(li lllWf,'. 

Chi A k l.o, |ii.' scric ?.:,![ ,t ri,t,-r M s c .inrantwd2SK 
M S 10 : v. MOSatt, K V CfJ.i, Cui,UAQ7CK, Pao Mali 
90, Laud Orants SO, N O 6'a 98. 

Omvego UlarUei, 

[BYTELEOBArn.) Osweoo, Jimp 2. 

Fioua— Sti;i.lv. I. til oln-cl .iull, i-slM M". niri St:ik- ;it 

M :.'■< j? for favorite double extra, 

Wiirit— Kir iii. S.di-li-i nli_.it, 1 -'.I I'll No. 1 ond eitia 
Ml waukae Clul. :•[ tl.'Jo. Tn-ilaj il.c niiikel Is wltliont 

ibftiiffo K_.V'S-i:"'Hi wilt.'- IjiiriMlcJi'L'aii :it S1.1JW, mid 

lU.Oim white Ji-dlaou nt JI.-I4, (.-orn— • c iron :i:n] wiilmiii 
inutuilul cliii ri'. .'nlfji -J . r . h > l iioh-.-is |irlmo lliltiois at ilTc. 
Oal>, liarley nnrtl-yf aro qolcr. 

fAMM. h liKinn .- — sr.- ,.h ; irjc for Flour, 7c for Wheat, 



■.ii' ' '. 

Oais, ; 



. liy. 



uur, 3f.,(0O hn Wheiit, «00hM Com, 
flour, 1B.SC0 ba Wheat, 18,600 bll 



Foreign ITIarkcts. 

,1 Liveepool, May S3. 
Bai-ADi.Tvi'rMASKBT — 8. S. ifcCo. report 

I l.-ur -lull luit noiulnnliy uoqliau^ il, ^alts at ;f.s iAI(,_L:;f|. . 
Wl.fa! flrmliiit nuier. Fi-I rv! l'.i.i TdOilOd OJ, nilJ Wliiti. 
I.I_i:_.m.'.iI. rori.ilnllaTjil Duinlnn). Sales ol MbtiJ :.<■ <-\ 
(J:.tis; VcII.-if ^.-..j :■:». r.l; Wl.ltc 3-.h:!7*. S1«mt». Wake- 
lU'ld. Nu-ti A i.'.i.uml i Uier< r.pirt Ito.-f dull, fork iiniut 
utiil nimlal >tii tiOnilnal. Imc .u (Int. hui (]niet, Lrrd dull 
'at liiiu. TiilluJi -I'.v. i.f .:il... liut pri,-, ■. widir.iit n 1 1 <_- 1 __ - 
tWn. BplrlU" of Turpentine dull ut 3lsM. PotAalies 



Win 



; _:'.. IV. jI A-tics ilullatBS. 
,r— Buuv-i' t aiid tul v.! ne en }&**, Suear, mitel and 
I 6^. Coffee, dull and iled'Ecd ■]-. Tea, buov»nt. 
...» ..^.-.. J '"-'--, dull, 67, '•' 



MARIM ETOURNAL. 

PORT OF CHICAGO. 

ARK1VED. JunaS. 

Star ( 'orott. M"rtMii, iiraml Hmvii, sundries. 

Sttnr (JaifQe, Hu'kr, Ml wunk.e 1 :i ok;*, tioer, suudrics. 

Stmr Huron, Paint, K_!yn_t-, ; m stilucles, 

Mnir T.ady Eig\u, Wil-ui,, s. r ,..i,ir, Eundilu?. 

llr'C ^[alT,Pulll r, I'eii^.i'ii. f. M" m lumber. 

liri.; ilontejumi, Moor", 1'Cmil... 175 ni lumber. 

Stbr iMuilla, ti.^1-1.. k..vstM'...,l!i.lit. 

Sctir Mon. ■i, i:, ^l i,m,i-. \!u-'-:>. ;..u. l^'iii, lumber. 

Srhrllllrol., Buifce, On ' II , 7,1 in lumb.-r. 

J-cl.t Wlil.hvin.t I- :. . i\:-- . ! .,■■-'. cor.H wood. 
Bchrfl t.ivla, Johuann. CttttfwQo. PS co.da wood, 
•clir KM ll;it»d. lijvl-'n. '.i-n..; ,. ir; tons teat, 
Bchr..riti:\da,McAiit>K. O-w.-io, "Urn lunit" r, M ra shin 
glCI. 



' ' ' ' I'l'.iir.. Me '. i >->■, !■■_.,, | ■/,■') ''il;. ...,i;u. 

,r ^\ l.ir:..,i rl. In r e |., ( ', i.tn .[,!.., l v i.t. 
iri>ttnvin.Joho*oti,i>iHrev!ll-.>, itirltt. 
irC. Ninth, Noalp, jsln'tioypi". Ik-lit. 
t Wv oi i ilue, Kiirl....c linml llnvcn. llfillt.' 

- '■'•ii'loek, J'liir.i.'u.Li'.CJtiiia wheat. : "TS 

,1 II ...I I I. .-..,. , II, I",. I .. -.-!.. 






eL:^lll, II- 



O-tl 



4.UC0 bun wliait, 






•Jliictllaiirou*. 

Colli .iqkb.— Tho tchoonerC C. Trowbridge, while b« 

Iti,. I- '.veil nut ..f Kivt- M. I'luir ..J, Si,l.,r.t,v tvi-niL,. Mil ■ 

lugl.liTi.ranlLt-ii,.- .,-' ,-.i,],,. r s. .1. J lo lev. which wii.'- 
LriPin i-tu", :ii i a I- by whlth Hie ];_.!.. r s.'- 5 scl l,:,i] i,,-rbi 
• — -In cense ijiii iv e ol the tue ttoi.t.iiln^ 



Point, bctw, en t.liepr"|..l . r t,lr.i, t , ;,,,,( (,-li....ncr Aeynila^. 
b..lli Mn|..llip, ly wliich thf l.ilt.TLjO l.r, j l..l.,.|„„ bow 
ii. Ji0.j,_-_ltr*ar nu-1 nil«-ati.r t _ir.li.il w ,y. Tl:i_ pfrellir 



[Dttrolt Tribune, let, 

test— The banjue R. Q. Wlnslow, 

id echoooer S. B. Pomeroy, Capt. 

ns-ed this port night before Inst, the former 

Die- latler wlih jx ^fi Lust.,.-, 

'<*■■ Capl.Kvel.T. Tlio 

st nethl...'. of 



the 


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er:i't t 



S5 e tK? b 

■ I'-iTn-roy, wliitli. i,'„tir 

■ . '.-.'j.-lit u|. wi't. |.y Per 

p. ut till, p rt, both yes- 
:ti toe— Hold. 



■:■„■., .1 lir\ ■ ■_.., . ./....,, \»t, 
■ B Forsat Qn- en ; props 'Hohe, Comet • brla L°a- 
Ilira 1.:. N. Johiifuu, liafM, W ,1 Grant, AcontJns 
ti Heck. 

-Prop Ocdcnsburgli ; Lri E S d Wallbrldpe : fchrs 
.Idmor.?. (Jrivoln. Utt ■■_ l, llirri- i_ Kos?, Mimn|ii 
ley Milwaukee Fill, MMriight, Qu;en Uily, 



Through Wellantt (anal, .Woi/ 24 f A, 

_'i'-llla 
Fall old Q 



J.aUt Fort*, 

CfiVELlND, Jiiuclst.-Ulcired-Schr Qra;c Uarrv 
\.id..., Chicago. " 

BUFFALO. M ny 31— Arrived— Prop Neptune, Snllsbn- 

r-., ■■hicaco; S- lir. I n..; ll.tm. A li.ler.on.d., ; M^iiii...- ,!.■ 
McKee, dr.. fle-iretl-rroj. 0:il. m. Ste*le, do : Pltuiftireii 
:*-■.: wlli, do; bun, lm on, doifehrWlug of (he \V\ai 



ILLINOIS AND 1TIICUIGAN CANAL- 
ARRIVED Mny 25 

Tlnv . LaSalle, 1,82! bu com. ...«my -». 

Ch.iit, Mori-it, 6.U1H hu corn. 

Jmr ■ I'utn.f, Li r-iiili-. f.,i-i: lm corn. 

'I n..i '....luirj..., I 1-. -J-T 1 . 4 I IU. till .oil,, 
J 11 LeuoaiJ, Lii-iilk-.d.r.OLi lm com. 

.s. mi.,.. LaSalti . lafltomooaj. 

Mary Etneryi Oilawa, 6,l'i37buoai9. 

Marlon- Ottawa, 1.-1CQ bu torn, 3,700 bu wheat, 1B9 bu barley. 



1* A 'I l.i.TJi .1 ■ :. I. 7-1. 'J'l II Huiil.ul .JIMn.lift li.Ii 
AllTi.ra.Jjat.lill>', ■..-.-::.' U lun.t.er. w in Hilt elrs. 
Huuib-ldt, Joint. •.■!;-.." ft .uiT.l.er J.riiio -iubbIw SMOOO 

holds ati.i .ij.vi-^, I.-, t-t.l . s it iiil-l,], plaster. 
Llunei-, L-isill,., 7,9;a ft iuml.er. Ml ,u shUiirk = t — | n 

lath. *39S Ii ft limber, s& bbla lime. 

ARRIVED JQ&ETIt 

Que-n City. LaS.iii,-, 4:-in.i i.u .; Jt r,, 4-; rioi t t -^, 95 che-e. 
UMDUn, La >!.*-• WMI bu 10m 
llni! ■ 1. ■.[. it, M(rrrt-.H« bucom. 

Ad-ilu, Jnlki, (t-fmuuconi. 

Lot i: pert. Loekiioit 1000 bu corn, :o -Us Qour, 10 bble do 
iu bbls pork. 

[1011I.1.I0U-, Loi tp..rt, t M bu con.. 
Col. -l.Mrrii. Atlii,., hldDO. 

A, ... ' "i 1 - • '■■ -; ■■,..'■. 
Tlmu.LaPalle, <Sooi.uc.rn. 

CLEAHED Junelw 

SI. Loulp, LsSalir, light. ouneui. 

« M i P .?l' ,ck - ^ a '" ;iIIl '- ' '" r ' ,,1TIIU «. «'.000 lath 3 wagons 

B.A.'Jhoru..l 1 .r.t,5.V,.i- lUuu-l)er,«LbI_i*alt. ■ 

P. Korthtup, S. .lolh t. light. 

Ti'"ili...l...ur, Lmlcport light, 

tjol aii*rtis.Athrnilli;Lt. 

Rvscue, Athi-nflllftit 

AquUIa, South, light. 



tip and tbo b.iuntlnrics ot tlio cijuliire-uoos lJKeu 
Tor the nest four jeare. 

The uniue of the" Delaware Conference, which 
was cliunged a few linya ago to the West Ohio 
Conference, was aguiu changed to tho Central 
Ohio Conference. 

The Bishops were authorized, if they deem 
it odvisahle, to establish tin annual Conference 
to be called tho Kocfcy Mountain Conference, to 
comprise! the territory known us .leflersou, aud 
all the miiii dc regions. 

The houudary report as a whole was then 
adopted. 

Dr. Nasi, of Cmcinuati, made an inlop"'" 1 -? 

on «-,h ;^ .i-.i__.ii - it.- G- .worJcin 

mentor an annual conference, to be called the 
Cincinnati German Conference. 

A resolution by Mr. Trimble, of Ohio.thought 
existing circumstances do not warrant tho fcr- 
matiou nt this time. 

A (ilnetm Conference was adopted. 

Tbo committee on revirals was instructed to 
strike out from the discipline the provision re- 
lating (0 the ordination oi slave holding local 
pre itch era. 

Tho bishops were authorized to establish an 
annual conference in India. 

Tho report ot the Committee on Lay Delega- 
tions ,wasi taken up. 

A motion to postpone the subject till next 
General Conference was lost. 

A motion to submit the plan in tho report to 
the Annual and Quarterly Conferences, to take 
action upon before the next General Conference, 
was pending ut adjournment; 

Adjourned at 11 p. 11. 

From *';. .... 11 !«.„ l.m. » 

Wasuinutok, June 1.— Gen. Foster, tho Dem- 
ocratic candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania, 
■Tames Magee, Director of tho Pennsylvania 
Railroad, and other citizens of that State, are 
here on business cnnnacttcl with the passage of 
thcTarifl billbythelSenate. The number will 
be increased next weelt by the arrival of Messrs. 
Robbins, Cadwallader, Phillips, Itoberte, Wm. 
C. Patterson and other prominent Democrats of 
Pennsylvania, on the same business. 

The Senate Committee on Printing will re- 

fiort in fafor of the House bill tor ihe estab- 
ishment of a Government Printing Oflice, and 
the prospect is that it will pass the faeoate. This 
naeatls o'E executing the public printing has 
been repeatedly before Congress, since 1810. 
Whatever may be its merits, i.s success in a 
great measure' is owing to the industry aud per- 
severance of Mr. Gurley. 

Edward Bates, of Mo., is about to publish a 
letter addressed to O. H. Browning, ot tjuiucy, 
111,, ad rising his friends to do therir utmost to 
secure the election of Lincoln aud Hamlin, and 
expressing the opinion that they should not 
waste their votes upon the Bell and Everett 
ticket. 

Mr. Appleton was to-day confirmed as minis- 
ter to Russia, and W. H, I'rescott as Assistant 
Secretary of Stale. 

HorsceT. Clark, member of the House from 
New York, testified yesterday before the Co- 
vode Committee relative to the subscribing of 
$40,000 pet month to Mr. Vanderbilt. He 
Stated that neither Mr. Buchanan nor the Ad- 
ministration were responsible, as the arrange- 
ment was complete before Mr. Buchanan's term. 

The Senate confirmed today the nomination 
of Mr. Day of Iowa as purser in the United 
States navy, 

Knilroad CoUlsiou aod JLaas of Life. 

West Chester, Pa., June 2. — A collision oc- 
curred on the Baltimore Central Railroad at 
twenty minutes past six o'clock this uflorooou, 
near Painsville Station. Two passenger trains 
met on a curve where the grade was heavy, and 
rushing into each other, both engines and four 
cars became a total wreck. The tiremen and 
engineers escaped by jumping from the trains. 
Conductor Willis Taylor and a newsboy were 
seriously injured. 

- Lee Miohoer, n farmer of Chester Co., who 
was standing 00 the platform was instantly 
killed. Mr. Finney, un employee, was iujured. 
Contraclor A. B. Burton who was riding on one 
_of the engines, jumped off, escaping with slight 
bruises. Every assistance was rendered to tho 

fiaBsengers, a number of whom were more or 
ess injured. They were taken to Mendenball's 
farm house. 

Tbe Union R allocation Meeting at 
-Boi-toii. 

Boston, June 1.— The Union Ratification 
meeting for Bell and Everett at Fantuit Hall to- 
night, was a great demonslralion, notwithstand- 
ing a pouring raio. Several out of town dele- 
gations were present, and the Hnll was densely 
packed. Hon. S. A. Eliot presided. Among 
the speakers were J. Thomas Stevenson, Geo. 
S. Hillard, Mr. Henry of Tennessee, Mr. Sult- 
oastall, Hon. Edward Everett's letter of accep- 
tance was read, and was most enthusiastically 
received. 

From Now York. 

New Yorb, June 2. — The steamship Adriatic 
took out nearly 400 cabin passengers, 81,250,. 
000 in specie, Xew Orleans mails ot Wednesday 
and telegrams of Friday. 

The Edinburg took nearly 300 passengers 
and upwards of £300,000. 

King and Wood, the prize fighters, were ar- 
rested early this morning, near Willett's Point, 
while making preparations for a match. Some 
of the bruisers showed fight and were badly 
beaten by the police. 



lCci) 11 it-it Ion Honored. 

Clevelvxd, June 2. — Stephen G. Kennedy 
who some time since ran away from Memphis 
with a young girl, leaving a wife in that city, 
and for whom a requisition was made on Gov. 
Dennison by Gov. Harris of Tennessee, on 
charge of stealing some property, which was 
refused, was to-day taken hack to Memphis by 
Marshal Craw, requisition having been made in 
which Kennedy ischarced with steuling jewel- 
ry from his wife. Ineffectual search was made 
for his pa ramour. 

Railroad Collision. 

Dubuqej Juno 0. — Au excursion train on tbe 
Dubuqe, Marion &. Western R. H., collided with 
the passenger train near Worthington yester- 
day—no lives lost. Hx-Gov. Hempstead, Genl. 
Hodgson, Hon. W. W. Hamilton and W. B. Alt.. 
son of this city and Hon. O, B. Mattison of Ulica 
N. _Y., were considerably injured, but it 'is 
thought not seriously, Mr, Cummings, conduc- 
tor of passeDger train, and a passenger were 
slightly wouoded. Locomotives and oars, were 
badly wrecked. 

River four feet on bar. Rained hard ail doy. 
Thermometer 65. 
The Soatli Weymouth, ."flu**. Trjigi-dy. 

Boston, June 2,— The Coroner's inquest at 
South Weymouth, closek yesterday. Mhe fact 
that Betsey Frances Tirrell died by poison was 
established, but no direct evidence implicated 
Geo. C. Hersey. The circumstances^ however, 
were deemed sufficient to demand bis commit- 
tal to jail to wait the action of the Grand 
Jury, 



Surgoou Chiropodist 

To His Majesty, tbe King of Bavaria, 

Anil .tinny of the Principal fcoverelcai 



Iiiooii-ciuorice of ni_ni._ro._s rcquoita whlcli tnvo iicsn 
mndP h.tn by njuio ct tho MOST DISTINGUISHED 
PAUILlEsilii .lib city, DR. SCHL'-lSSElt Ins bN.11 In- 
duced to visit Uhlcofio fu- » SHOUT i'EKNJD only. Ho 
woiiMnio_treB|iucifully Inform tb ■ public tbnt be la onooT 
tin. fow Iking EXQLT_%yj_ riiOKKSSOBS of tills lm 
porlfllitbutTOO COMMONLY NEOI.KCTED lirnuch Of 
Surcery, who COItES I'HKMANENTLY and WITH- 
OUT i'AIM, all 1 Ista-wor Midfoot. 

DR. SCHL'JSSEK lidslbcsallsradllnn or -Utlnu. Mint bt 
Iseimbledto do thli simply through u court oof I bo MOST 
SEDULOUS drscl UNREMITTING STUDY, nQdwlii.ro 
a CARELESS or INOGM-l'ETENT rmtlllloncr almply 
proilnopd a MOMENTARY KEL'BF, ho fiuurr.iiileofl that 
hlBpitlontfljWlLLiriND NO KEOURKENUEOF THE 
DISEASE, find will entirely obviate tho po*.«lblllty of" fur. 
tber iDDoyanti. f'om cithor of Uiesa constant dally tufl'cr. 
loga. Thomo?t tlmlil ppraonu ronv plnco tbPliiSelves with 
PERFECT- CONFIDENCE lu-lilB Iimi.Is wUhout experi- 
encing tbo s|l<liHBt fc'Jt from his moilo of treatment, on I ho 
contrary they will derive linmodlnte benefit and comfort 
from It. \ 

DK. SOHLQSSEK hie tlio mitlafaclton o( Inylnjt before 
tho public ut iita coDMiitlDii roonii na dliect proofu of 
tbo oitrnotdlnaiy aatldlaclioa wliich his style of treat, 
went has prodii.oi], ic-veral thousand icstluionlal fromsomo 
kf themnst eminent clllicns 01 tbo United StatEi and Cun- 
nda. Among those. Dr. SctUouer takes tbo llbcity 01' call" 
In-tbealtentloii of tho public lo iho following— 



AMBBICAVJ TBSTIMOItflALS. 



iFrom H:n.W.T.VANFAKDT, rrovldence, K.I.I 
Dr. _:iblo«jor Inn to-d >f op.rated ur-on a wry painful 
Com or mine wild perfect _,ui;fa=s— relieving nil pain ami 
ceniovlug Ii without eufl'crlng. 

CHAS. 0. VAK ZAND!. 
I trtftm Hon. "Win. F. PhUllps, Atobima.] 
Dr. Eoblo.Jor hai opewteil on tho foot of two of my 
family voir -n.t.8__n_tor>_y, uuil wltiout ctvli-K iiav jialn 

Wftf. F. PEILLll'S. 
[Hoq.IJ, A.Oailleld.Frcst, I-lrom College, Oli.o.) 



[Dr, IV. P, Morrogh, Fr«t. Fordam College, N. Y.] 
Dr.Scttluit'cr lua i-iliacttJ for mo a number of Cornfl 
wiib' mt etvlngtht kiivt palii. 

TV. J. MOIlItOOH, D. D. 

[Rct. ChavW. Qulelc, Pittsburgh.] 
Tboopeiution. of Dr. Sclil..i'cr ;i 1 unnliood^d with pain 
and tcumvulbi' (.'i-riisfir-cliijHv. J If r- nnvfil pcveral for 
molooiyenlliosatlEf-icMon. CHAS, W. QUICK. 

[Wm. R'of, formerly propilctorof the I'enosylt'anlsD.] 
Dr. ESrbMHtt has ojtrticted two Corn* frcm tny to 
-vtlrb writ ici-- rn' Iv ii'.itnhil for many ymrs. Tlieoilca" 
■ ■• I ii . . j. .. U which he ni'ur.ii.-. is remartable, ond 
Ich-eniillTH. ruioenil lilm to all who are troubled wtb 
Curii", as ttic on y iier.ou t ban wer known to perlorm 
ibe oiioralluii scii-uUUi-oili .iiitl M-ilbout pain. 

■1VM. RTOE, 

[J. Wi Gray, editor Plain dealer, Cleveland, O.] 

Dr. Sclil'isacr Iiuh r-itrnctc^ scvun troubl»iomo Corns for 

mowllhou. p,-»lii iiinl Willi every pru-pcct i>r a pennanent 

'-■ "[■.■. 1 t iu 1. :. _.■ i- i 1 u L ! . I: ..i.Uiiu. i.J lii in t ■ lb" 1.11 i.iIl |>nl- 

ronage. ; , " J, W. GRAY, 

(J. B.CnrrlnBton, Ed. N. H. Journal ami Courier.] 

Corn., lii'.rinitlilv, 1 [lttilHy, mnJ will, nil .inv pulu. I most 
chcenully ?'— - 



Uon to niyeair. I would, by ;«. . 1 r.-,i.-.irn. icjommend him lo 
evsrytody who u to n,._..i'-.l wii.i ibesc evils. 

S. M. LANDIS, M. D. 
[Dr. HentyA.DuI.ols, New Haven.] 
Dr. S*hloJeor has reniorod for mo Hovcral Corns without 
pain, rind I tec-'-muuud ii-iu mv-i ".i-mu- cntlv to those wbo 
aio ilmllirly uQlkted. HENRY A. DoBJIS, M. D. 

[Prof, D. Gilbert, Philadelphia.] 
Dr.'&ehtoiser liai n moved fourCoros forme without pain 
and emlaiactorUy. D. GILBERT, 

IGen. R. Patterson, Philadelphia.] 

has operated on Ihu foo^ -if DUG o* my family 



fcl.li 



and Old It very weU. R. PaTIERBUN, 

[G.n. R. C. TUglimin, Md] 
Dr. Schloi'iT ha- n cii ■_. v..d my Corou w|i limit pain and to 
my aatltfactlon. K. O.TILGUMaN. 

[Robert Parlts, Collector U. S. Gusloius, Cleveland, O.] 
Di. SchlniEcc ha.i romoved several Corns from feet which 
have bcreir,i...r.. t lv,u m. much p._lu. Tbo Doctor ci- 
without tlio Ua.tr-'i'ii ii'i'i to iiiv entlr.' Batls- 

1- 1 lll&Hll - ■ " — 






Robert pauxs. 



Dr. SCULOSSF.R tio^.ilojvo to state that hu la In poe- 
aesslon of numerous toitlmonlalt from tome of tho moat 
dlatlQuultbaa membfra of the royal fumilka of Europe, on J 
numberless odc* Irom BtateUntO, DlplomaUats. J_c, Ae., 
whlcli It will be unnecessary bore to recapitulate. Also, 
from lailles residing both In ibis country anil In .Europe, 
■whloh he ncce-sarlly retrains from publishing. 



COJ\'8VLTIJ\'a HOO,lIS 1 

TREMO-NT HOUSE, 

PAHLOIt 3T, <tc. 

fiS* Office Hours from 10 A. 21. (ill 5 P. M.J£2 



N. B — No professional connection with anyone. His 
method la different from those persons who PRETEND to 
Cure Conns by cotting unil plastering ; those give only O 

short relief, BUT HOT A PERMANENT CURE. 



Ouly for a Few Days in Chicago. 

leSiSt 



...Menils TAMES T 

,,.. Mends Oil US ELLA -ST Irks ',""'"'." !.U 

...Mends VA^tS _ y 

... Mends WOat-BOXES...', W 

.... Mends XYttJORAPBIC- WOK K X 

...Mends YAli-STlCKS .Y 

...McndaZEI'feYR WOOD-WORK Z 

_.In conoiu-i*. SPALDING'S PREPARED 
GLUE Isbo-Ul in Libraries aud Schools. 

3,,..McndsSOraS .'. S.„. l 

P....MendsPlt.HERS P..., 2 

A.....MendsA'EORDEONS A,... ft 

L.... Mends LrjTE_R.SEAl.ING I*-... * 

r . . . frends faUlES -7T "".'.*.! .".""..J.","., o 

N.... Mends NEtV BREAKAGES ».,,. i 

3.. ..Mends GUI-STOCKS Q-,.,, 3 

S.... Mends SCIOOL-BOOKS S,". ' 

[•....Mends PAlASOLS p.. lo 

R.. .. Mends RVjES R.,!!ll 

B„..MondsEL:CTRICAn MACHINES.. E... 12 

P., .. Mends PA.ER HANGINGS p, '13 

A ...MendsAKU-ORAIRS A....J4 

R....Mead_iRRKETY i URNITUKE R....16 

E....MendsErtiSER HANDLES .E....1B 

0..,. Mends DESKS ...D.,„ 17 

J.... Mends GLOBES Q....18 

L.... Mends LOOSENED LEAVES L....19 

U.. .. Mends UPUOL'ED FURNITURE., ..U..., SO 

E....Mon.IsEG«.lJEATEKS E....3I 

Mends ACORN-WORK M 

Mends CHESS-DOARD3. M 

MomiaFIPDDES ..V..M 

McndnSHELL-WORK.... 30 

Mends FILLET-WORK..,. ...58 

Mends HOBBY-HORSES:....- ..... V ..3T 

Mends KALEIDOSCOPES „....._» 

Mends MONEY-BOXES,, E9 

Meads PICTURE FRAMES no 

Mends SECRETARIES 31 

Mends VEKEER1NG 83 

MendsSOdOOL FURNITURE B3 

Mends PAHER-MACHE 34 

Mends WARDROBES 35 

MendsPARIAN MARBLE..., Sfl 

Meads CRIBS 87 

Mends jJAUY-JUMPERS 8 

MendBlVORY-WOKK. 89 

Mends MATCH-SAFES 40 

Mends PICTURES 41 

.... M=nds liUILL- WHEELS 43 

....Meads TOWEL-RACKS ; 43 

....Mends WASH-STANDS - 44 

....Mends BEDSTEADS ", ; 46 

....M.endiDRTJMS.i.'lV.i ; .« 

....Mends CHESSMEN. ,...■ 47 

....Mends BALLOT-BOXES. 4a 

....Mends HERBARIUMS.... 1 41 

....Moods BAC'KGAMM-JN-BOARDS 10 

...,M-Dd*BA[.D-BOXFS 61 

....Mtnd.iBLACK-BO.lRDS 62 

.... Mends BASS-VIOL: 63 

....Mends BILLIARD-TABLES... B4 

....Mends BILLIARD-OUES 65 

.... Mends BIRD-CAGES 56 

....Mendi BROOMSTICKS ...67 

....Mends BOOK-CASES.... 63 

....Mendj BOOT-CUIMS 69 

.... Mends BRUSH HANDLES 60 

....Mends BRUSHES 61 

....Mends CABINETS 6i 

..i.Meuda CHUBS' B « 

....Mends CLOCK OASES 64 

.... Mends CRUTCHES „■ ..66 

....Mends OUPBCARDS 66 

....Mends CURTAINS 67 

....Mends CASINGS 6i 

....Mends CADDIES 69 

....Mends CAMERAS 70 

....Menda OH AIRS 71 

... .Mends CHARTS 78 

...Mends CLOTHES FRAMES 73 

.... Mends CARD-CASES 74 

....Mcnria CHESTS 76 

.... Mends DIARIES 76 

....Mends WORK-STANDS 77 

....Mends DRAUGHT-BOA UDS 7S 

::::«fi.^_il.-."......;::.:::.::;::::;::J. 

....Mends DICE BOXES SI 

,,., Mends DOORS 63 

....Mends DOMINOES 33 

.... Mends FIREBOARDS S4 

....Mends FLUTES as 

....Mend. BALLUSTLRS 66 

.... Mends GLASSWARE 87 

.... Mends HANDLES BS 

....Mends GUTTAPERCHA- WARE B9 

....Mends EJTES 90 

...Mends TOPS 9) 

....Mends ORGAKS 93 

....Mends MODELS S3 

....Mends SEWING-MACHINE STANDS "4 

....Mends PANELS...- 6fi 

....Mends PASTEBOARD-WORK 96 

....Mends PATTERNS Vt 

.... Mends SIDEBOARDS 98 

....Mends WOODEN WAKE 09 

....Mends WILLOW WARE 10S 



SB'ALDINGS PREPARED (.Lllil 

USEFUL INiEVERY HOUSE. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Stationers. 

a&ALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Druggists. 

.SPALDIRG'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Grocers. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Hardware Stores. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by HouBe-Fnrnlsblug Stereo, 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
Sold by Fancy Goods Dealers. 

SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. 
SoldbyConntryltlercliant'sGenerally. 

Manufactured by 

HENRY €. SPALDING A CO., 

"Nc *9 Cedar street. New York. 
Address Post Office Box No. 3,6M. 

Put up la cases containing etitier Four, Eight, or Twelve) 
Doierjcadi— A beautilul LnuoanAPHii; BHOIMMXD nc^ 
ttmg^ifii^ each jiacUga. deai-ej6mdiiltera 



JLJU FORWARDING AND 

COMMISSION M ERCUANTS, 
And Steamboat Agoctti, 

ATOnrsoH Kiun*»Taiinno»T 

J0H^ jioHom." 



Ai..n it>irin.-fellow, Ai..lii„i, . j. S, Chick & Co„ Knn<ss 
Clly ; NnitliriJii 4 Co,, Bunkvrj. Kin-js Cltv ■ Cbiilci L 
K.ini.v. W.-'ij.jil, Mil.; Wm. I. fcwii.g A Co., M. L011U 
M6.i Ewiui;. Bnggi&Qo,, Chlciino. mli-l."U , -.. 



SPAFFOUB, STEWART & CO.. 
PRODUCE COMMISSION' '.tl-lIlCIIrlNTS, 
l'eraooal alleniion L-Wr-n 1 . E :,|, ..-■ .,1 (.ir.iin. Flour. Provl- 

? l :: 1 l?.:i!L'i'.'.-.-. ;u ^.>:. ! .;!;:!':'.;;.SV"Hi'vV,i, A'ilrW.^'-'iW-'fe'ilr. 
!'-.■■■■-', OhleoKO. [fcM'ftilvi 

O. n. srAmum p. mw-i^T r. r. w. sllh. 



PHILLIPS, BROTHER & CO., 

i GENERAL 

coraraissaoN hiekchants, 

189 SorjTii WATen Smwrr, Cbioiqo IBS 

tbob. e. rrar,L?ei)...wii. m. i'nn.ur.«..n. n. v*a w^azsxx 

Marine Binfe, Cbicaeo, III ■ j.' K. Dunn Jr. To Bin^em 
li.li-.inir;, lil. ; A, Ii. It.-. -1 ,V C; i ,, I.., ,}ai, .;„„, 
11). ;C. Killilk- A- (.'-.. I..1HH..1--, l.n. ■ . 'I I,, 1 1' |'„( k 
klis & Co.. l;....i, r*. !'■■ r , M j, "- ' 

[..Hitor.i. ^UtHsiij, 111.; Kiiui.-.-v. I- ■ ■ -r A- < ■ ' ^ ," 

111,; ll-imlii.- A vV.,.,ilT-iitf. M. I, hi ', ", Vl 

t-i. I,. .'in, .M... : C;irrii.i;t ', i,,m„ ,u „-, NIK.' 

S. Kin.-. !..,^,.:o, ,\,1.; II. & A. l.vnv., .i V; ''JewYor*' 
feS'OO ly 



Bran DnetercPect-!, Proof Starfs,&r;., 4e. 

j "Faii'banks* Scales, 

km- — . 

MILL Fl'RNlSHLNG GENERALLY. 

Plans, Spec! Coal Ions r.nd E^t'.m^tcs rurBistcil when As- 

•iied.mdiiicc-.-j-ir-^i'nj. : m.-jid ir.j Walei 

Mill contracted for entire, 

8TEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, &C. 



TOWN. N.Y.. 

wonldlnvlte Ine atlcntion of jjurcliajera to their snf-tiT 
nierltiof aty'p, workt',an:lilp ana power?: also, their very 
low prlc-e. Tbo followine is a lis! of pri.-- 

to«ctC(r with Hen'.er .Water and Steam Pipes, 



OEDEORD, WEHEDIT1I & CO., 

5J Cornml'l'.n M.-n-linnlj.No.21(l South Water Direct, 
Llili.i;'... .iv. 11 .--- . ■. •;-■;■■■ ; ; tit-ni i._.ii t., tl,o [nil. lu=e und 
s-i'le 1 'l I- r, 1.,-, . .t : i-,11 tcliiJ-t of I'n.iiliice.fciucJcAc. 

LlU-fi.|..M ■ .. 1 ■ ■. .11 ■-■■r.ri-.jir 1;i. A t'.'i.U f..r Kl'n 

L>,ncd I'.,- M. ... i^;,, t„ K. 1. T.nkhani ft (:,. , 
CIiioj,;ip, in!'-.. >l. \.[. ■ A iv.., i-,i„iuri:itl. I;il7-lv 



l^uckcr, Kandolph & darter, 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Cor. Clark and SoutL Wnttr ulreot, Clilen^u. Give tho 
[ifr.-uual 'in! i-rci!i;iiVL'alli'iHir,i, m the (Jorii.ulri.ion I-u-,1 

nesa. fcl*G0-l7- 

J03,U.TnrHBB. ODAB. BUTDOLr-n Bill'l. P. 0*HTM. 



WELLKR, MUDD & MEj.LEN, 
EXCLUSIVE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
184 South Water Slritt, Chlen(ro,IlHnot; 

Cojiti nilvriiiiiCH uii.de on Bill* 'if L;nlln t -. l'ropertvlo Store 
und on SI(t]iL;ii-nl.T to uur frion.i.-i tin null .Soutti, fa;i3't«-lT 



w 



EBSTER & EAXTEK, 

PltfliVCB AWD CU7J5\tXS10X XHRCHAKTS, 
ftQro 107 ICInzle Street. 



QHACKFORD & HOW, 

KJ' PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCRAUT3. 

Ko. 3 New lioird of Tratio Rooms, Cli!ea;;o, HI. 
Olve exclusive attention to the legitimate bujlneu ol 

OiM.NIis-liiN llhlUJHAMlS; lm,:t.,; ..n-1 ,-Luni; fur 

° wflfanafc* 11 

Shiomunt East. 

mu 1., BiiaOKfoiu'. [auj£-u-li>S-l7l 



advance* en prupnrty In store ot for 



f 



NDE14WOOD & CO., 



UOMMISSIOX MS EUBASTH, 







RDERS EXECUTED WITH 

DISPATCH. 

Hcywor(h a Bricrly & Co., 

HOLE'S BUILDINO, 

H. W. Cob. Cljlbe Aim So. Wi-nfeSrs , Chicago, Ilia. 

GHJY£lt.l£, ltUOHEitS) 

TEl.COFvEt. AMI C03I11ISSION MEIilQANTS, 

KF~Cuili advaiicos and telurua promptly made. £Ft 
- IlBFiazsoea— Cunt. McCleLUnd. Vice Prrjldont lUinola 
Cell' ml )'..!!.; i^don Hod wood A Co.. CHic:iK<>, 111.; L, 

!.Tiuu;.nr,i i C.-.,i:iikM/;r, 111.; I'V-rrcst, b.olliors 4Co^. 

Clilcisro, 111. 

1 cnutTiiHoino i 'I"-! ■-;—.'. 1j. :''iio[M,t Co., Now York. 
Ee, worth. Pi-aroo, BMlniU A C„„ Livi.-rpool, EunUnd. 

uihlOsOin ■ . 



WATSON V. COE & CO., - 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
Forthc. r u relic i« and EaJeof 

PORK, PLOUK, GRAIN AND STOCK, 

KO.210H SuHth \Viterilrcot,Cblcaj:0. 
WAT^-'tT 7.O0I, mi. 11. ElrjK, i. l, C-iPEnTfoop. 

do'j'ta ly 



w 



E ARE PREPARED TO 

MAKE 
Oseii Advances on GralE, 



Jtii i,T7 



I'M iLK WOOD _,V CO., 



16S 



i wm 



QAVVYER, WALLACE & CO., 

O CO .''-■;;."' -7- i.V HFJiCSAKTS, 

New Yobk; 
TrNDKKVr'i.nUi A CO., CntOAOO, 
mL31'BS-ly Agrjiio for the Northwest. 



i"i KAMBERLAIN & SEYMOUR, 

\J COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

WAIN, l'U)l H, PiWUi IL & illKECUASDlSE, 
No. 1 Pardee's Eulldlnc cotuer of Wella and Sonth Wa- 
ter street. ChiL-.i--., 11 li imi- UhtrA ndvancv.-iLijde on Con- 
tdKBiucnts. IT. V. iiLiiursui .un, H, W. setuocb. |del5-'S9 



ALLEN VANE & CO. 
coxinssio.v auRcuAjfrs, 

For tho snleof Flour, Orjlu, Beef, Pork, ll.iui-, L:.rd, But- 
ler, Clieesi-, So. ■■■!;*, Drl. d Kniit-, k t-o. l:» Snuth WaUr-6t., 
Chicago. Agouts for Huabur,;!! and Western Reserve 
Cheese. 
allin t».ij, [lulo ai-J?-y] n. erom. 



ALBERT MORSE & CO., 
PRODUCE COMMISSION ifERCHAlTTS, 

No. IBS South Water street, Aiken's Building, Chicago, HI. 
BnslnesscooD nctl.ttrioilytc.Conimlj.-'ioos. iiv» ly-dMOO 



"IVfURRY NELSON, 

i_fi Produce, ( , iiii,inl"liMi;ii..l Shi 

No. 51* South Water street. 

(Auonlforttio Kulum m neh WorKi. iKwe,;o Oo.,N.T.) 

Llt.-r.iic.il. !..iv.inc..-.-.oii I- !■"■'■' -ii") l " • 1[l 'ot ulilpment to 

Oeivc-g nr Ni ■«■ V-rk. or lu si'T.- ; plvlnfl trie cliipi«r the 

prWil.:^L-of nl; l!iui;in"lltn>riiiarktil foroneconimlaslon. 

pRESH SHAD, ^S^^f 

Siillbut, Haddock, «odfl*li, 

EELS, SMKLT6.A0. D.B.rLATTftC9., 

Ig.i! fll [MDOUlpb stnHH 



100,000 HAM SACKS - 

3 For fl»le by 

HVWKI & CHAPMAN, Agent*, 

For PHASE & FAT, Boston. 
Letters D, E, F, C md H, holding Hams weljtUng ftom 
"jDlotS rtTdJaw «nd Orenfie Tints, neatly printed to 
ortier * HAWKINS Jr CHAPMAN, 

mi-'fjvi 



1? G. HALL, KIM BARK & CO., 

I'ja Importewnnd Dealers In 

IRON, NAILS, STEEL 

AND HEAVT BiRDWAItE. 
.plw Tin. 10O ai 



TALLOW AND CANDLES.— 
v, , sicnm .Ld KOU, rendered T.ltow ton.lintly 
„ u»7' »£. 1. uS ««j .' »»i»";r ,T„ l ; lo .i,' ;I l°'"'■■ 

Wo».d«lld l »„.u..n,b„, m . r^ftSlffix 
T7 Klnile-it an CornctBtate-stMid Archer Bw. 

Kt-una* 



..I5C0 I !Ohor.*a power.. 



,.11W I 4f) 



16 

audlnllke proportion for larger slics is rerjulrod. 
Eeory Enelne Is fomlshed with 
JuiImou'i Patent Governor V«3vo. 

For FlonraMlll weconfldentlyrecomniond them as oope- 
rlor to any other stylo of Engine, ttutl they will 

Save from 25 to 60 per cent, in Fuel 

Overtheusur-Mn'sof boilerdlrj uooln the. Yf«sl. Weihtll 
Seopnn isjorlni'.'r.t of d-."- re it ; ; !;.■.. ot our wlnllirljiiifril, 
where they mny booiamintd in.llhenec-> = ;riry iuforuiutlon 
oluir.i..! recerifinj'tlierti. tjouiprl^ot men will, if .laired, 
tjijl'iiruistii .llo ■•.. 1 un :.nd start Eu^lnL-sln uny purlof tie 
country. Wo also sup ply 
WATEH WHEELS, SHAFTING, QSAHIKQ, 4c, 
At very low prloei:. 

T. W. BAXTER & CO., 

MUlFnrolisMng. 
CTTPortOffloa F, r rtVlres3 B01ST <7 ' 



pRINCE 

Imperial Champagne, 

FROM DG VENOGI! Jc CO., 

EPERNAY, FRANCE. 

Hold by all HuptctabU Bialtrt throughout the 
CoujUry. 

This fine brand or CHAMPAGNE, which until Ihopaet 
year waa confined exclusively lo the best ,lable3 of the 
Continent of Europe, his now obtained the roost unbounded 
SMCcessand popularity In this country. It Is recommended 
by son.0 of the first Physicians of tho diy of New Yorfc, 
overall oilier wines, on account of Its eslreme purity und 
delicacy, and these who once try It rarely use any other 
brand. Although only one year has elapsed since; Us In- 
troduction Into this country, the demand !s enormous and 
constantly Inert aslng. Uur -in-an,; .initios ;i-o such 0? to en- 
sure Ihe quality of the Wine being maintained at lis pre* 
sent high standard. The Prince Imperial 1^ lmporl*daoI&-. 
ly by us, we oeinn the sole Agents of Me.^rs, Ds Vsnoo* 
4 Co., in this country. 

E. V. HADGHWODT A CO., 
inhl7-b831-8m No;. 488, 4W -V 498 L5rr.adwr,y, N.T. 



S OYER'S SULTANA SAUCE, 
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all kinds. This most de- 
licious and appetising sauce, invented by the renowued 
"Soyor,"forthe Loudon Reform Club, Is, since liladeoease- 
nwnufactured by the well known house of Crosse & Black- 
wel!, London, from the original recipe It is the favorlto 
aauceln England, and on Ihe Continent, with a hl)(h and 
growing reputation amon^ American Epicures, aud Is much 
approved of nsastlmulentt* the appetite andlo digestion. 
OPINIONS OF THE LONDON TRESS, 
"We recommend our correspondent to try Mon.i, Soyer's 
new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana f^auce.' It Is made alter 
the Turkish recipe-, ita flavor Is eicelleiit, audit affords con- 
siderable aid In CASes of slow and weak digestion,"— {Tho 

" Savory, Fiqiiiil and ^jilcy,worUiyCiesenlos Of SOfet, 
—(Observer. 

"AniOat valuable adjunct to Fish, Flesh, and Fowl, and 
should have b place one very tuble^Atiag. , . , . 

Sole Agtnts for the United States, 

GARDNER O.TVELlN.an Jfullon si.,HewTortt. 
Bnd BRAY d: HAYES, 81 Ooinlilll, Boston. For sale by 
GroceraandFrultDealersevc-ywhote, , InlJb43B-tei 



KILN DRIED CORN MEAL, 
Fairfield MUIt-WO bbls ofthlsceiebraied brand In 
store and for sale by 

BEDFORD MEKEPITH 4 00,. 
tditCW-l? Nn. tmsmilli Wster-Bl. 



9KOO ^ BS - GU 11 DROPS, 

£dO\J\-J andafreth andlageaaoitmett 3; New 



York OoL.-iec'io'j.try. 



J W DOANE ';{ri>. ' 



LKC\C\ BXS. LAYER , 
<J\J\J RAl&n-'S. new crop. 



M, K. 



J. W. DOAN'S ft CO. 



1 ( \ ( \ i \ LBS - KIGS, new crop, 

ItVV/W infancyboies anddrums. Just ar- 



J. W. DOANR & 00, 



IOO 

Black and Green T. 

300 



CHESTS BLACK AND 

GREEN TEA, all prices, 76 half Cbesn 
Tea. 

J. W.DLi'MC y '.''"> . ' - "errhorngt. 

lit: ClieetsTEA, assorted qnal- 



100 



II bd 



N. O. SUGARS, Com- 

to Choice, In stott aod for sale by 
LARSONS, ITiKlN A HAWlvEY, 

1« South Waterstreet 



150 



Rlils. PLANTATION, POR- 



lr; S..11IUW.1'. r ulri-ei. 



100 



Bbls. NEW YORK SYRUP 

f0r ^PArlSONS, PITKIN 4 HANK.EY, 



300 



Bags RIO aud JAMAICA 

OoFr"EE fur sale DV 

PABBOMB; PITKIN 4 HANKEY, 

16 South Water street. 



100 



Pockets O. G. JAVA COF- 

FEE, for-aloby 

MBBOMB.PITKn' A HANKET, 

16 South Water street 



500 



HHDS. N. O. SUGAR now 

" Ml " *" d '" 'StnOLM. ELY * OO. 



300 



N. O. S. H. SYRUP in store 

"""■" KEYKOLDS. ELT * CO. 



100 



Boxes PRIME CODFISH 

'•""""""' 'jTsViioLD-, ELY t OO. 



500 



Bbls. N. T. CRUSHED, 



300 



Bbls. K. Y. SYRUP. 

REYNl'I.I'l-- 1-LYA ll>. 



1 AA Bbls. SPICE, 

1UU MI 



pjUFFALO, CLKVEL AND AND 

onicico LINE. 

1860. 



. Hi - fnllawlnjE 

ER3, which will run ri-.-ul.irlv, 1 .ttwi-en Uoffilo and Cnlcv 
go, touching at lntiaTJieitl.ile [lo^t^ and forming n 

nMLY MjIJTJE, 

¥iv^^r"""'^ — - <—-.-.. 

DACOTAH, MAY FLOWER, 

Q4LENA, NKPTUNE. 

MEN DOT A, MOUNT VERNON, 

WENOXA, lMA'MOLTTU, 

MISSOURI, MOHAWK. 

CHICAOO, TOSAWANDA, 

CUVAIIOOA, FREE STATE, 

Running la connection nt ItutT.ilo with the 

^owTorli Oontral Railroad, 

SPAULDLr.'ti'S KXJ'RHSS, PEOPLE'S LINE Ea7- 

PltkS?; WKs-'ft-tlN EX PRE -s, and tho 

AVcsleni Traimpoi tation t ( >iii|i'j ^i 

Line of Canal Bn.vsott tlio Erie Canal, AUo, runnlnKln 

unnecUon, n( Clovelanil, with Ino 

Chettantl, I'itfburirh A" mating- It. rt. 

The St camera of Uil» Llm-, for tlr;-, utrensth, Bpofdaurt 



any othur line. 
With ihi-siiiinequallr-il fi,- lul... Hir Lino is proiiarcd to 

contract to tratiH|ji.rl |.r. i'- t. :• • ■ nl port .1 on 

We.il .Shor.-i.t l.jk.i Ml :.i. ■ 1 . 1 .. i.liiml mill l.tirv.,1.., 

. ' ■;,:;, 

'li ■■■ ' - .- n ■.■ii, Keumilia, limine, Mil- 

■iv \ ■• 1 • w 1 '. .'■ , ■ •■■ '". v^iui 1111I Manitowoc, 
r 1 t) I ■■' N Vt ',-i,uriiilyto 

ItlliHIrlOiND A: ■■■■», 

OfucBNo.lClatt-treol.Cor. So. Water, Olilcano, DJ. 
J. J. TALMADGE, Mllwmiteo, Wis. 
M. C. tfoDOWEliL, Spcolal Acent.Cltvolnni), Ohio. 
WILLUM M'KWAKT, At-.iit Clvvolan.l and Plttalmrgh 

itniir.iiii ,-pIttsbUrgh, Pa. 
JOHN II.M'iRK, Ate.nl Now York Cenlral Rullro.-nl. No. 

^•J Ilmathvay. New York. 
M. C. SPAUI.DINQ, Aacnt SpaulrJInrt Eipre.-% Sit. 3 
- AMor Hoii»f. l!roaii«..v, New YnrK. 
TERN TRANSPORTATION I 
No. 1 Uocntlei' Slip, 1 

SO. 3 AMor House, Hrooilwny,! 
JAUES SMITH, No. 69 Waahlu«lon-st.,Bofilou, Mnoi, 
J. A. WILDtJK, No.7fl -. " 

SIIUL.DON -'(■: -\-.i-;, 

MANAOiMi AOENT 
Bp3)olS.V2m Office fool of MIc1iIk.ii Sitcol, Uuif.ilu. 



W Brown i Co., Cincinnati; AtVicrn it il lb bert,'cinel Sna- 
il- R. <;. McKlrura. Maili.-on, It-d.; Jo;. 2. lloore. Lonts- 
-flllfll P. O. O'KlleV .V Cc, E/jO^vllle, InrJ.; N. W. Or»- 
horfliCo.. Ciiro.'lll.; It. F. ta.'. EhiTer & Gli.--.SU 
Louhs: JohnH. Harr! , Nr.=!,vjj':. I'.-r..,.; Hirrli U Hnnt, 
Meiupliit. T.-nii.;i , Iiir;:o&', , o., Chicago; >7. H 11. K'^ooIe. 
Alton, 111., or 10 Freight Amenta 0; Kanroa03 atdlflcTent 
polntaln the West, 

The Greatest Facilities offered for tb« 

Proiettlon and s-icedj Tran«> 

porlutlon ofUVE VfOCIt. 

i.lflgoodatcomui'.fl.-i'ioriiw.r^ unia; prrVilegea forp«T 

Bklttoiore. toa ifl from any point on the P.allroadj of Ohio, 
Keotu^.ty. IinllsorL Hllnolt, Wisconsin, Iowa, or Missouri, 
by UaLlr...ad dire t 
Tho PencsylvanlaRiDroad a'no connects a' Pittabnritli 
.ly which ;iOOd^ iin M furwarded to any 
port on the Ohio, MusVlopom. Hentacfcy, TeDnt-i-t^, Cum- 
norland, Illinois. MlastHlppU WIbcohsIh, ML-sourl. KariSM. 
Arkanxwaii'l Red K 1 v. r.- ; .ii.'l a! (j'.evelind, Saii'lu-ky and 
Chicago with Stenmcisto all Ports on the SorthwcaWro 

Slerchanta and Slilppers cntmsilneihe inmrpinitlon of 
tbrlr FrclRlit to thlj Conip.iny, can rely with tc.utl.le nee oa 
It* ipoedv tmn.-lt. 

The Kil« , » i.f 1' r- ' ii-i't ' "■'■■-. !n the Weal 

by th-Penniylvatilii Rullroai,!, nr.- M a'l Umeaii) favoiabla 
aiarecharnci! by other R. It. ' 'ompanles, 

OT* Hi' |.:.rli. 11I..I WlliirKpuck^C' "TUPlSSi. R B.™ 

Ti. J. SNEEDER.Plillndd]ihla. 

MAO K AW A KO'Jt-S.EJlN'.nli street. BalUmore. 
LEEi'Il it'll, Nj.JAdli.n Hv.r.L, ur iSo. IS. Wm.Bl. 
New York. 

LEt* If :"' '" . :,..:- 

H. H. HOU.-.liiN,(...in'l l.-rdj,-Lt Attl I'hltadelpbl*. 
: ,L. HOLUT, Gun'lTlckaA^t Philadelphia. 
THOS A ^COTT, Oen'l Sup't, Alto-ma, Pa. ja7-60-ly 



BUFFALO & LAKE HURON 
RATL.WAY. ShorteatandhestroutotoRuSaloM J 

'''ir-Mii'i",'.,'^',:'^! l'..-i;-c. at b^l p.m., Del roil at 8;S0; 1 r. 
rlve.-sut Unff.loi.t .viu ,. . u 1 . . I...- w 1 ork at 1U;.S a.m„ Bo j. 
ton*t4B(l: coii....e!IiiM-wllh i\. Y. Central A LulLilo ii 
N.Y.A Eri."i-:iiu:'.--iiie: Ka»t. Tick.-M vl.i Hilt iroail cm 
be obtiilne.l at tin: Union Depot. R. fc.f.AIt TER, 
fel* 'utl 1 f 0en'I.M:iii3i:e[. 



TUE UOKTUEKNTKANSPOR- 
TATION COMi-JNY. 

iSSJSlJ I860. 

Will.ifluriiii; Ihepmaeut Beaoou, will run Itielrwoll known 
and pupubr line ul 

tmS£ CLASS SCUfilV STEAUEBS, 

regularly between 

Ogdcnsbitrgli, Cnno Vlueent, ttin.'ijii, 

and 1I10 (J|ipcr Lakes, 

FormlnK n dally lint to Cleveland, S-an.luaky, Tukdo nod 
Dolrolt, anda 1 r*-\V«etly line to and Irom 
J iiii-.i:..'i. IillUvaiiUco <k ■utennedlata 

Connectlnpwlthtlie Rallroada be' ween OQDENSIUIRO 

and l.i 'SI ' >N, L'jwoll, Lawn rn 1 . N.L-lmn, Miin.li.-'t' r 
t'oiiconl, Worceator, Fitcliluirc, Kei'ii", llcllowa Falls, 
Rutiiirl. li.irlin,-li:ii. 1111I .iifiur liili.run-.linto polals. 

At Capo Viucent, with tho Walcrtuwn ULil Romu ltnll- 
road, and 

At Uswi;-*ii, Willi tin ^i'WiV<w.-:-"[,lni-i-r llftv flr'l dm 
canal bnalann tno n"l!i'o'!i .mil, i.otween OBWOgo, Troy, 
Albany ami Sow York. 

W Through Frclcht eubjecttohut onotrnnahlpment. 

Oui>. f lln.'H ■ llr.it ■■!:■_«-. [>r-i>[..- |i.-riv,III].:ivi"lhlcn.-o every 
UOilDAY, WEDNESDAY ami FRIDAY uv«tllt(til.«-ii*J 



AsonRs r 

J, MYERS, No.lT7[ 
?,. s. M'H'I lUMi, 
.HHIN lUH'KlMl, ' 
A. ( -f,- 1 1. MA.'. .S ., 



si£inecw. 

Ilea m'i'm. Saw York 
»KileujtJUrKh., 



omnia k par 
OEQBGj A. 1 
ORAWFOl i' . 

I-I-.I.I'I . i I'.l 
w. t. w&i k: 

E. Ii. MATHi 
(.1 .1. HALE, It 

fiVe'a M IrIl'.W-.'L?Sl'.'Ln,Ti:'.'" 

■iiinii.it Ai CO., Agents, 

mL8 b74 --On- Uhlcflffo. 



il. Toledo. 
Vd. Detroit. 

AKK'i-'.U, [tn.-lne. 







ARTFOXU FIRE INS. CO.— 

JAS0AKY 1, lv"". 

..♦38.838 11 

,., CI.A90 CT 
aucdon call BO.nOO i" 

celvable for loan.*, amply weured- ,«.-:■■ SB 

tUte, unlneunilii-ro'l. lca-1. ...In.-i I5.'ii0 U" 

.n^.ijanl. iil'.-ck In ll-rtl.n.t Mk'i \^ . .■■■ ...I '■) 

New York.... " " ..500,-25 00 

» " B niton " " ,,iiyi,M& 0") 

" " St. LouH " " .. 40,800 00 

'■ " K.R.nnd other 

Stock 

.„,' DondB. 6 
Stock, i 

30 Bhnrei BtaWBani' WtHoniin.'! 



toriet, iiinl r j i ■ ■ -nt i.tln-r kln.l- .-r property, can liaetlectfd In 
thhteouipftiiy up.jii na fnvnr.ihlir termmi- tbomluro of the 
rlaka andeecurlty of policy holders will admit. 

HOST A lil'i'Ur.x'.V. AMOnts. 

No,l Loomls'llulldloe, 
fclJbM.tJol'W H. W. Cor. Souih Water and ClurVrte 



H^^ForCostiveiiesa or Const .nation, 

which crailually liitaka dciwn tho constitution, and lays tho 
foundation lor dyspepsia ncd many otlier dlnordert, 
"Brown'* LixaUvo Troche*," or #«tbnttlo Lorengej, «ro 
part'cuUrly ndapteil, n°iHl»t( nature and Invigorating the 
piocesaof dlKoatlou. Jo'.-lweod 



SUNDRIES— A full and seaaonable 
supply i.f Orooi-riO", W 1 Warn, .\ollOnn,. Ac., now 

In Store: WM. UTTLB. ifGo- 



N 



EW TEAS- 300 Half (Jliests, 

Crop of 'Dm*, )int received ami for «oJe low 
TLB A OO.. 1» Siiutli Water olrwi. 



"PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE 



To Now York, Philadelphia, Daltlniore au.) WnahlngtoB 
OHy and alUlieliit rii..- r ..-.-. no of I'onngylvnnU, Sow Jar- 
bov Nnw Yi'il:, ilnryUud.ic 

al'Toliiivl-i. lij t.'ikin . ti. 1 /. rnute, will have tin* benoBt i 
llltli Bo I. vriin-jrki-t at no adilltionalcc-' 



BoKcaEO chwke.i lhroiii;h, 
Trulm leave Lho df liol, cot 
itreel". Weal Side, na folio 



'rof Oanal and Van Bnren 



G40A.M — M.-ri.tin; Eipr. -i. dairy t Sundays crcopleCj 
T.'Jfl P.M.— Nlii'i t K:.i :■ . -. ..,,:..■ .jeeepted.) 

OonnectliiK utCrt.tlio. wit!, i ■!..- '. ,1 :.i,.i Lake shore 

.,i....i.. h„.,rl.l- 1:,,i1 ,1.. ^ 1. ....... t'-.iiu V.. M , V... -I- *, .1 



RAISINS— 500 Quarter, Half and 
Wholo Hoses M. R. and Layer ItnlalnB, lu-t nr- 

rlv.il. WM i ' I I 1 I- i ''". I '-■■' "ti iv-.r.". ,i.,-,i. 



pITY SCRIP.— We buy City 

\J ECllp. andailvlK-lK'I'lir-it-ieiin-ull in h«loro snlUng 
elMwherS. OR I- bN t li.VC.M UlluTIlEItS. 
Under Murine llank, cor. Laaalle and Lake nU. 
-nyttcilavun 



REYSOLDB, ELY & CO. 



VIRTUE & CO., 55 Clark street, 
offer employment to youn^ tuon or r.-.prcl ability anil 
twracTcraiioaUiobta'u lUblolbtn nt their Ur-t clan fluid- 
ard worku. tny3l-o. llw 



MRS. RATES' AGENCY OF- 
riOE FOR DOMESTIU BEKVAMTB, 
171 • ■ Vunbtnelon Street. . . 171 

Rctwren Weill (.ad La^aJle, Chlcuo. 
Vo (i|,|, , f ni r-nm l^» nfili-J withnnt ■ nrl-nwt o>M 



YSTEKS! OYSTERS! OYS- 

•*. TOS'— fresh liaJlliuori-C^n.KeijnndSliellOylte™ 
reoelvcd Jj-dy and wair-ini^l fresh, and ennal lo ajw In 
Lmrkct. Ord-r»frouillieC.,L.ot:v|.n.r,,ptly tilled at anort- 
e-lnotlce b? J- W * 1>'JANE A CO., 



0\ 



|-. M -.■■■' i 

......nti'llni- at Crt, tlio- wit!, I 'lev. I.,,,,] : ,n,l Lake Shot. 

RMlrwtdto nnnklrk, Ludalo. Ma^irn Knlla. Now York and 
II, -i,.n, rind n'l iiit.-n. r t-.w'i,i .'I N.-iv l-j.jjnd. via Set* 
Y. rkC-.uti .1-nil Nev." "n.'fk and \-Lc\v Railroad:. 

Aloo, sonth to Columbua, Zanoivllle. Nutvark, Monnt 
Vermin, titeulicnytlle, Wheeling, and Inierloitowu-of' Ohio 
ud Vlrirlnln. 

Thenli.ivr tralna^onnect nt Forest with tr^lriK on Mad 
JjUverRoan toS[.rl:ir'!eld, L'rn.iu.i, Daytun nr,riCliiclrjn»tl. 
AUo wllli lialu.-i at Lli-jf - li-vrin iii.iU'incliiiiiii: .iirec* 
FARE AS LOW A> ANY OTHER ROUTE 

p t wicncera bound K.ii-t will dml this route both pleaaanl 
and n^r.o.Mi-, p,.--lri,' throunh many of the lar«eat and 
apr^^tUMlnthoynirerlStaltJi. 



Pnaao^Ker* arrlvlnjr; at CblcaRO, on any or the 

lad B«eLllv*cln-cfc ,.£■.,:.■ hi r| ir dip-..!.-, low 
,ridcon»o>* ba^iinKe free of chau-u to the i'ltt 



JA trill 

ecelvo cheeJ.-* 
"""iburf>iUd 



r-uee, ur at tho 
Depot Went Side, corner of Ouu»l and Van Buren ot recti, 

llni iiTtkulartoopk t.'r t'.;-.;.-t4 by Fort Wayne, 

P 11. F. PATRICK, Ticket. Aisont. 

JAB. W. MUdSON.yrelKlil A|;eot,Cnlcai». 
J. J. Hodotoh, OenT Freight Ap't, Chlcaco. cy 



CHICAGO & ROCK ISLAND 
RAILROAD LINE.— PanjengorTrolnu deport from 
ud arrive nt (Jhlraieu na followe: 
Day ExpreSBHd Mill leavcist U:l» nm, lad arrives at 

(I:**, pni. [^ lm -i oieepled,) 

Sliiht Eir r.-ss loiveiat O.Io j>m„ (; J nturdavfl oicopte-1), 
arriv.--:. i f,;i- am ( Mnuilnyaeiocplcd.) 

Jollit A.t'.-l lull, ii.fi .lIpni-MiinLiv-OICtpted. 

JOHN F. TRAUV, Ueu. dupn. 

W. L. St. Jonrf, Gen. Ai:cnt. do3T 



|.»ACINE AND MISSISSIPPI 

Xt> RAILROAD. 

j CHANCK OF TIJir, 
O'l and after April i*ih, 18C0, tralruj will nin dally, Bun 
duy ' piceplcd, iu follows: 

OUINO WEST: 
Lenvo L'aelne, Express l'n*toiti;or. it 10:ilri nm., ranking 



LeaTC Pf report, Eipreii l'.i,*-in -«e'.at WiMn.m., Relelt at 

l'J:l5li.iu.,t'lln(..n i-.t1:IA|, .,,,., i uniiecllnH with train 

on the iS onli vs. ■t.rn u.d i ■|,kaii« Ma Iruad. PurJiii.. *- 

vlltoainlS- ■ 

eonnqctlpr 

Knllriad. 
Frelelit and 1'n^i m-er, nt I:". 1 , p.m., Heloli at ?-$6 p.m., 

Clinton at (?:47 p.m., r..mic.;t:, l; ; will, |r„li. for Janea- 

vlllo;l nrrlvliiK m td.rlne ut 2;lfla.ni. 
Pn**eni;cr Eipre'*, nt l.'ilj i.m,, mi arrival nr train* front 

llioWtit,oonii*."il n iitt.'llnii.n .liinctlon with trains 

for JaneivlH-j und i.ld,.i.n .it i.uau.ni. 

MA'I I'. TA-ilAiH.MipcrliilonileBt. 
Q. A.TlIOMBON.Uin'lilanai'er. so'lT-yly 



MICHIGAN CKNTItAL AND 
GREAT WESTERN (CANADA) RAILWAYS. 
.SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 
Ttalnn leave the Great Control Depot, font uf Lake atr<*et, 
Chicago ; 
7:l*Jum— I.V'litMlnj- Fiit-fef-. i^iimtir- -i.-rpl.-il) arrke it 

Detroit o.« pin ■ - ■:«■. .-■!■ i- ■-■ lirldj-r. i.iiiinin, Albany 

fl.60pin, hew Y >rk v/U pin, lto«lon ll.llnpm. 
e.ltJra.— >!■''' Vorlr i Hi n'.ni t lpte ',1-n.iii i-nlurday 
nnlvo m Dfltroll 7 ■ ■ 1 ■■ridge o 

Buffalo 6-.Hi pni„ Alt.-.ny 4li nm.. New Totk 

D : «nmV 1 BwEoii (; 

■Jlnelnnsl' ~ 

6:i«) pni cjnc'i.initlaiid Louittvlllo Eiprena (eie-pt 8t 
davitlir.niKhtoClnclnnjtl In ii hours, Lotil 

S:COpniTr,ln, .Saturday, only toNIIca. 
Hunilay Train a fl pm. 

FntenthIe.pin«Cor 

ThoB, 1 



Hortharn Verni'ini" N'i.-« II nnlilro und Maine. 

t(j,-t-" l -'i-"lieolicilttirouith, 

Throu'-h Tickclefor cile at tin; pilnclr-al Railroad offlcee 
In tho North And Wc*t, and nt Iho Conipuuy'a offlce. U 
Dearborn at tcet, Chlcajro, at the depot, foot of L 



G 



Ho. 78 Dear bom st 



ALENA & CHICAGO UNION 

RAILROAD. 

On Md after MONDA.'. April It.ili, lew, '.rnlni will leave 
W-Iln -tr.-ftdcni-'t. <!hlcaeo,a'i follnwc, sunrJ.y-n eicepted: 

9<5 am and VA<> p'n fur i'.'iion, I'mlo, t ullon, Ocdar 
Bur.ldM-.nd IiiHiiiiiMjIo polnU. 

At D-46 am anil 9:3') un for 11-lcldere, Rockforil, Free- 
port, WnrrctLtiajri'^ Hunleitli, Dul.uqu!-, IMolt, Jones- 
vllle, Biidlni- r-i. ■--!■. .!■■ plneee. 

4.IH1 pm for Elfin, DeKldere, Roclifotd, Fre'port, Be- 
lolt and.Iaue*vllio. 

A16-.3(J pm tor (Jeneva, Elpln. ftnd loiermrdlate places. 

l'nMeo«eru for M..-I1.;: 17. Itldimond, a-no-vi Lake and 
lntermcdTato pointe, will take tlio -Lliij pm, train. 

Bl»-Bie.pliiKcar*onnI«bitralne. 

■" v ' E. B.TALCOTT.aenernlBnpt. 

EL H. PORTER Oen KimsenBor Aeent l»7-lr 

IUOAGO & NORTHWEST'N 

RAILWAY. 
Chanco of Time to Nortb^'oot. 

«n and after MONDAY. April gih. tralne on Chb 0*0 and 
North we.Jern HaUwaJ-wllt leivo ColciHoas follows: 
Dar ejpre'J V./U a.m.; afternoon accomodation, -1.00 pJn.; 



nlH 



oclU-lv 



oLD. L- DDTiLAP. Snoerlntendena. 



LARD OIL.— We keep constantly 
on hand spupplvof No. 1 Winter Stialned Oil, and 
are oteoared '0 fnrnUh Kalir-- ,d ' Liijanles and tho Irade, 
at • Vw rate. bHACKi-yRD A HuW. No. ? Board o} 

TrMlv lioUdinp. "ii-i/in